Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Jesus Christ and the Idea of Avatars

The idea of avatars--the physical manifestations of Vishnu (2nd person of the Hindu trinity)--seems similar to the truth that Jesus Christ is the image of the God of Jacob (Israel).  We know that Rama and Krishna have both been appearances of Vishnu here on earth: Rama during the Treta Yuga (circa 7400 BC?) and Krishna during the Dwapara Yuga (5561 BC?)

Vishnu seems to be equivalent to Jesus.  The parallel is equivocal.  For Rama--being the 2nd person in the trinity he belongs to--has taken ostensibly human form in the ancient past.  Jesus, on the other hand, is the avatar (if you will) of YHVH Elohim.  (Since no (Adamic) man has known God, except through the Son--Jesus Christ.)

It then may be safely concluded that Vishnu is a corruption of the truth--that Jesus Christ is God come down to his own--that is, to Adamic man. 

As for Brahma--the creator and 1st person of the trinity that he is a part of--he is the corollary of Vishnu: the former is (equivocally) the Hindu version of YHVH--the Father.  Psalm 110: 1 says, "{A Psalm of David.} The LORD said unto my Lord, Sit thou at my right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool."  In the original Hebrew (check it out at qbible.com) it appears to say that Yahveh should sit at the right hand of (who other than?) Yahveh until... 

Thus the picture of God painted by Hinduism (and the Vedic texts) does not present the full truth about the true God--the most High.  

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