How everything came from nothing is not explained by italicizing nothing
Aug19

How everything came from nothing is not explained by italicizing nothing

Where did everything come from? This is one of the biggest unanswered questions in science. Of course, this question precedes…

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Bhakti is not just a choice of the head – it is also the calling of the heart
Jul16

Bhakti is not just a choice of the head – it is also the calling of the heart

Suppose we are driving to some destination and come to a fork. If we are unsure about which way to go, we will move slowly or …

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Thinking about Krishna is not just redirection of thought but also redefinition of thinking
Jun06

Thinking about Krishna is not just redirection of thought but also redefinition of thinking

The Bhagavad-gita’s call to constantly think about Krishna may raise the question, “How is this practical? To grasp…

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Asking who made God is like trying to draw a square circle
Nov07

Asking who made God is like trying to draw a square circle

People often ask, “Who made God?” This question betrays a fundamental lack of understanding about the very definition…

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Reason is confounded not by faith, but by faithlessness
Aug26

Reason is confounded not by faith, but by faithlessness

Does faith in God confound reason, as atheists argue? Not at all. Far from confounding reason, faith is the foundation of…

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There is no reason for reason without a transcendental source of reason
Jan12

There is no reason for reason without a transcendental source of reason

Materialists often portray themselves as champions of reason and deride religionists as peddlers of irrational...

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