What deal might the hindus/buddhist make with Satan?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Hindus believe each of us to be a part of God. Much like the leaves on a tree, each is a leaf, but still each leaf is undeniably the tree. Much like Christianity teaches that we are all a part of God.

    You can make fun of Hindus if you want but I assure you that these people know God more completely than most of the bible thumpers that spout nonsense about God on this forum. Perhaps you should study some Hindu scripture if you intellect can handle it you will be surprised to learn that western science and theology are just now catching up to what Hindu scripture was teaching 4000 years ago. Your comment is based on ignorance if it was intended to be derogatory, as are all derogatory comments toward the faith of others.

    God is certainly more pleased with the sincere prayers of a devout Hindu than he is with bigoted ravings of many whom mistakenly call them selves Christians.

    Love and blessings.

    Your brother Don

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  • 1 decade ago

    As I am Hindu I do respect Jesus Christ. As many Avatars of God we placed Jesus one of avatar of God I think none of Hindu will hate any religion or any God of other religion. That is why there are so many religions like Hindus Muslims, Christen, Buddhist, Jains Sikhs, and Pharsis in India are staying peacefully together. I always thought that if Jesus may have born in India he would have never be hanged or killed so cruel manner. Indians do respect of every good human because he believes that God stay with good man. And Good man always stays with God. We believe good is equal to God and bad is equal to Satan or we say in Indian language Saitan.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Buddhists don't make deals with Satan, because quite simply, why would we want to? Power, wealth, sex... the things Christianity associates with the Devil are things we are taught are unnecassary, so That's a total pointless question.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The real question is what kind of deal are you making with Satan right now by spreading bigotry and hate? Are you ready to pay up?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No one makes no deal with DEVIL the all powerful ,little ones,baby spirits opened the door to hell, have the keys to hell of death go look at the wall on my blog,just another brick in the wall,obey your KING all of you

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  • 1 decade ago

    You might consider worrying about the quality of your faith (the plank in your eye) before you worry about anyone else and their faith.

    Here is a hint about that plank: when you no longer feel the need to judge people, you will have removed it.

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  • 1 decade ago

    For us there is no Satan... we take evil also as another face of God

    Sarvam Khalvidam Brahmam

    All that is...is God himself

    (and that includes Jesus too)

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  • 1 decade ago

    Do you even know how immature you sound? You're like that little kid that runs around the playground calling everybody a poopy-head. Nobody takes him seriously, they just laugh at him...

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  • 1 decade ago

    Well, I'd ask for eternal youth and beauty. They might ask for world peace though, being the spiritual people that they are.

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  • 3 years ago

    i imagine that Jesus' day, maximum adult adult males idea that their sins were no longer forgivable, that they were no longer loved through God, and intensely few intense church adult adult males ought to flow to heaven, they did attempt to emulate them, yet failed. Jesus, gave the human beings wish, love and forgiveness of their sins, they weren't figuring out to purchase their sins and the sins of their mum and dad. in a unmarried note to respond to it truly is wish! through Jesus, we are hoping, have realized the thanks to love, and to have straightforward faith in a loving Father who loves us all. Jesus' death on the flow expressed to us the affection of His Father.

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