Theological and Philosophical Problems with Hinduism
By Applied Apologetics
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Published: Dec. 13, 2012
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Christian Apologetics paper that refutes Hinduism.
Paper: Theological and Philosophical Problems with Hinduism
Eastern religions place great stress on the notion of tat tvam asi: thou art that. The implication of that phrase is that everything that an individual sees or experiences is you and is one. Thus this circuitously denies the laws of logic (A is A and not Non-A), yet must employ logic in that denial. Hindu dogma rejects the personal Triune God who is the only being with aseity. They posit a god who is dependent, not ultimately purely good, and is part of the cosmos. So Hinduism ultimately lacks explanatory power as per its denial of the independent entirely good God of Christianity. Furthermore, the Trinity solves the problem of the one and many, and like other non-Christian worldviews, Hinduism fails to solve this all-encompassing puzzle of the one and many.
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