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Topic: Theology's Method
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Re: Theology's Method
Posted: Jul 3, 2012 10:20 AM
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"Kevin" <barry196263@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:d1630e14-3f72-4918-8b31-43f2a51b302c@n32g2000yqd.googlegroups.com...
> So Elijah wants my perspective on Hinduism... but I can't give Elijah
> my perspective since he wants us to share the same perspective...
> So... (after a bit of unfolding) Elijah summons a Hindu God and
> presents him to me... My perspective (which was unknown to me
> previously) is that Hinduism has a history of brutality unrivaled by
> any other religion... so the Hindu god's task is be be impulsive since
> I'm surprized by his presense... but will it be a good surprize or an
> unpleasant surprize? I guess it is a good surprize since Elijah could
> hurt the Hindu god very badly if he misbehaved. The Hindu god did
> speak to me and said, ' You only get one little gift from God and then
> you're on your own.' which indicates to me that Hinduism empathizes
> with my perspective on pity. Elijah is being a bit of a contrarian
> since... It is philosophy which says that it's impossible to share the
> same perspective with another being.

What does theology say about sharing perspectives?

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