Idol Worship or Ideal Worship?
Presented in an engaging question-answer format spiced with everyday examples, Idol Worship or Ideal Worship? illuminates a wide variety of historical, social, cultural and scriptural issues surrounding the traditional Indian practice of Deity worship. Some of the questions answered in this book are: · Does a form not limit God? · Why is an image made of stone considered to be God? · If the Deity is God, then why can’t the Deity blow away a fly on his face? · Is Deity worship meant for less intelligent people? · When we place food in front of the Deity, does anything really happen to the food? · Why do we move various items in circles around the Deity during artis? · Is Deity worship of any practical use in our modern times? This book will offer: · Deeper insights into the meaning and necessity of Deity worship to those already practicing it. · Systematic logical, philosophical and scriptural answers to those having questions about Deity worship · Refreshingly new perspectives to those equating Deity worship with idolatry
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