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To be son is to be less than divine and to be divine is to be no ones son. How could Some one have the attributes of sonship and divinity altogether? This question has bothered me for long -Can some one explain me this

Asked by domefavour, 22 Mar '09 12:27 am
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Those who don't know God, don't have knowledge of either scriptures or linguistic, or atleast simple science, such people have fabricated all this attributes of sonship and divinity altogether.
We are living in a era of knowledge. By this knowledge we understand that any man takes birth on the earth, by no means can move the mountains or change the direction of movement of earth or Sun. So no man can be attributes of divinity.
If any one claims so, means he is still in DARK AGE.
Answered by fast tracker, 22 Mar '09 04:45 am

 
  
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Very Good question. Before I can communicate what I have in my mind, I wold like to make myself clear about certain basic concepts about being a son.

Most of us generally presume that father and mother are absolute prerequsiies for beget a son. Recent innovations in Science have, painfully for some, negated this prerequisite.

Now a little more about the process of reproduction. It is elementary biology that has unearthed the various processes that lead to a new born.
(1) Mutation
(2) Multiplication
(3)Organisation
(4)Growth

It has been discovered that every cell in our body has the blue-print or the construction details of the whole body. Even the cells in the hair have this capability. The basic trigger that initiates the reproductive cycle is mutation meaning breaking or dividing the cell. Once cell is mutated the other process follow and if proper nutrients are provided a full-fledged living being is produced. Scientists have already succeeded in experimen ...more
Answered by SNSharma, 22 Mar '09 07:49 am

 
  
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God is not only without beginning and end and hence permanent / changeless, but also perpetually changing or contemporising ...... remaining new and fresh eternally ! This, i know is not a logical statement, but god is beyond logic ! So God has to be both father and son as well.... The "sonship" is therefore no less divine ! ( I can explain further incase u think u need that from me)
Answered by Shunmugham, 22 Mar '09 11:38 am

 
  
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Saints do not have ahmakara i.e they dont identify themselves with the gross physical frame. statements like 'i am son of god' or ' i am a slave of god' in fact show a greater ahankara than statements like i am god , viewed in this perspective. as u put it in your qn ... being divine is to be no one's son itself tells the ans what jesus or md. prophet meant. pl. watch the context too. in bhagawatha and mahabharatha sri krishna tells only his close followers that he is the satyabrahmaswaroopam. sai samartha of shirdi : " go pray that pillar ( in dwarakamayi) here sai identifies his own self with his spine (pillar) with the 7 chakras and kundalini sakti. one must therefore understand the context and the quality of people to whom saints direct on to the path of truth.
Answered by Haalayudha Dattuni, 22 Mar '09 06:53 am

 
  
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Whats the relationship of Shiv and Karthick in storie.Son of a divinity and he preaches divinity to his father.In sonship and divineship -Anything can happen to our conscious mind
Answered by Narayana Raja, 23 Mar '09 05:04 am

 
  
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Knowledge come from God. God gave man knowledge. So Man gets knoweldge from God. Man did not give knowledge to God.
Mans Knoweldge is not above God's knoweldge.
So God has blessed mankind with knowledge.

But not all men have the same knowledge, that means one mans knowledge is not the same as another mans knoweldge. ONE MAN DOES NOT POSSESS ALL THE KNOWLEGE OF GOD.

God has distributed and is distributing his knowledge to men of all ages, those who prefer to remain in the Dark Ages will never comprehend God.

God is above time and above all ages. GOD HAS NO AGE. MAN AGES IN TIME AND IN KNOWLDGE.
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Answered by deepakji, 22 Mar '09 12:44 pm

 
  
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