Defeating "I am God" Philosophy

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Defeating "I am God" Philosophy

Postby backtohome » Mon Apr 12, 2010 11:38 am

[b]Question: Defeating "I am God" Philosophy

If someone says "I am God", how does a devotee disprove this statement. This is my presentation topic. Can you please assist me by pointing me towards shastra, mainly from Bhagavad-gita?


Answer: Ask "God" to Reveal His Universal Form

If someone is God, they can reveal to you their universal form just as Krishna did to Arjuna. And if they say, "My universal form is there, but you are lacking the eyes to see it", you can tell them, "If you are God, you can give me the eyes to see your universal form just as Krishna gave Arjuna the eyes to see His universal form." If they cannot reveal their universal form making it fully visible to your eyes, you have proven that they are not God.

Sankarshan Das Adhikari
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