When it comes to religion I am an equally opportunity offender -- but when religion and incredulity is concerned, Christianity is ahead by a mile, hinudism stands no chance.
Just imagine, their god, having waited for more than 5000 years since inception, according to their calculations earth and the universe are only that old, suddenly he decides to incarnate himself as his son, and then arranges for himself to be brutally killed so that he can claim that he gave his life for the sins of people, the sins he himself defined as sins, but then he came back alive in three days.
People who live in Glass houses must not throw stones at others.
Look at the speck in your own eye before you look at the speck in another’s eye.
Incredulities, contradictions and controversies galore in so-called hindu scriptures, epics and legends.
In the perception of a so-called hindu, if the hero of an epic flirts around with gopika sthris, it is spiritual, it is holy. Whoever criticizes that, is a sinner, is spiritually immature. The hero can suggest ideas to eliminate enemies by unfair means.
The hero of another epic can eliminate a foe by hiding and aiming a bow, to please the foe’s younger brother, breaking all kshatriya dharma. Yet it is dharma since the one who perpetrated it was doing it towards a noble cause.
Such heroes can be deified, idolized and worshipped as God.
But the one who preached, “the moment you look at a woman to lust after her, you have committed adultery”, though He humbled on the cross, is humbug. Of such is the Brahmin mentality and mindset.
Introspect into your own inner self.
What have you as an individual and also as a group achieved? What has your mechanical and artificial performance of sandhyavandhanams, performance of rituals, chanting of Sanskrit mantras done to your spirit? Were you able to relate with God? Were you able to commune with God’s Spirit?
You claim Hinduism as tolerant. But you demolish masjids and torch churches. You do little to improve the lot of the so called dalits. But when they leave Hinduism you cry foul. When they are inspired by someone’s preaching and follow after some other faith, you flex your muscles and call it conversion by coercion, by force, by allurement, by inducement etc. “Aadu nanaivadhai paarthu onai azhudhudham"