The Vedic Rishis were great realised persons who had direct intuitive perception of Brahman or the Truth. The story of the birth of Rama and his brothers, their education and marriages, the exile of Sri Rama, the carrying off and recovery of Sita, his wife, the destruction of Ravana, the Rakshasa King of Lanka, and the reign of Sri Rama, are described in detail in Ramayana.
Scientists suppose that they always remember this faint shadow of doubt that hangs over all their theories, but in practice, we shall see later, they often forget it. But when the most elementary physical things behave in this way, we should be prepared to accept that the deepest aspects of our existence go beyond our common-sense intuitions.
For example, Page noted, "FMSF members paradoxically claim to place great value on scientific inquiry, while permitting their syndrome to remain so vaguely defined that it is virtually impossible not only to study it, but to determine who suffers from it" http: This all sounds logical, and since bright minds have endorsed it, taught it and further developed it over the past years, a majority of people today believe that evolution is true and that the alternative - that God created us and our world - is false and only to be believed by the uneducated and the gullible.
Most people accept that evolution is the most widely accepted scientific theory as taught in most schools. The Agamas teach several occult practices some of which confer powers, while the others bestow knowledge and freedom. They are a perfectly natural production.
We are in the position of a little child entering a huge library filled with books in many languages. Kalpa is the method of ritual. The Inner Voice of Dharma He who is endowed with a pure heart through protracted Tapas, Japa, Kirtana, meditation and service of Guru and who has a very clear conscience, can be guided by the inner voice in matters of Dharma or duty or moral action.
Only very limited evidence was presented. An explanation of the origins of man, one that avoided reference to the supernatural or to God, was a necessity before an effective ideologial assault could be substantiated. These works explain the great universal truths in the form of historical narratives, stories and dialogues.
The fossil record does not give us any confirmation for gradual development of species and, as underlined in the above quotation, this is a serious argument against the theory of evolution. Rather than being merely homocentric, these gods are human-experience-centric.
It makes no sense to me to assume that the Universe and our existence is just a cosmic accident, that life emerged due to random physical processes in an environment which simply happened to have the right properties. The Sakta Agamas There is another group of scriptures known as the Tantras. As I try to understand the nature of our universe in these two modes of thinking, I see many commonalities and crossovers between science and religion.
A new Smriti to suit the requirements of this age is very necessary."ALL ABOUT HINDUISM" is intended to meet the needs of those who want to be introduced to the various facets of the crystal that is Hinduism. ome claim that evolution is a metaphysic equivalent to a religion.
To attack evolution, these critics feel the need to present it not as just a scientific theory, but as a world view that competes with the world views of the objectors.
Darwin's theory of evolution, largely due to its posture as the scientific explanation for the origins of life, has caused many believers to doubt the creation event and the truthfulness of the Bible. Myth 3: Evolution conflicts with the second law of thermodynamics People often describe the second law of thermodynamics as, “the disorder of a system always increases,” which leads people to erroneously claim that evolution violates the second law because it says that overtime life becomes more organized.
The Bible begins with the famous line “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.”This sentence asserts an essential belief of Jewish and Christian faith, the belief that the deity of Jews and Christians is the creator of the world.
The basic question at issue in the contemporary origins debate is whether or not the world was created. It could be tempting to simply put participants in the discussion into two groups—creationists and evolutionists—and leave it at that.
Some on both sides of the issue would like to do exactly.Download