QUESTION: Why can I not be a devotee of Kṛṣṇa without subscribing to Vedic or rather Indian customs? Why do I have to dress like an Indian, which even modern Indians don’t do? This may be alright while one is living in India, but to carry these customs to the West makes one look weird ...
Question: Sometimes devotees argue that there is no need to study and they give examples such as the story from Caitanya Caritamrita of the... Read More
Question: A question regarding Bhāgavatam 2.10.12 dravyaḿ karma ca kālaś ca svabhāvo jīva eva ca yad-anugrahataḥ santi na santi yad-upekṣayā Do you feel this... Read More
Question: Can you explain where the jivas have their origin. I understand it is in Paramatma, but Krsna also says that the living entities... Read More
Question: Bhava and rasa are given by guru and when one accepts a guru, one is not aware of these things. So even though... Read More
Is God unjust? Question: How can a just God create some souls eternally free, whereas others eternally damned (eternally, backward in time, since everyone... Read More
Question: I am taking your view very seriously. It is plausible and searching, but so far I find such a God less attractive than the soul-making God I defend. Answer: There are two ways to know or understand God. One is from our view, the other is God's own view about Himself. They both can