5793Re: Project Reason Talks About...
- Jul 12, 2011All religions are the same, depending on the culture the wording is different.
In my oppion, as Nisargata said, "You can throw spirituality out with the dish water"
--- In EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous@yahoogroups.com, "prometheus_973" <prometheus_973@...> wrote:
> Hello Etznab and All,
> Yes, all one has to do is
> insert some ECK jargon.
> Devil would be Kal.
> Jesus would be Mahanta.
> Bible would be Shariyat.
> So, this person looked at
> scripture (in the Book of
> Mormon) and compared
> it to proven history and facts.
> For the Shariyat (Eckankar's
> BiBle) there's "the Birth of the
> Mahanta" which can be found
> in Book One (CH.6) and in the
> index of the Combined Shariyats.
> In Chapter 6 of the EK Shariyat,
> Book One, it states that the
> Mahanta always has a mysterious
> birth, near a large body of
> water, and is born by a Virgin.
> Let's look at the birth of the
> current (living) and longest
> leader of Eckankar, Harold
> By his own writings we know
> that he was born just outside
> of Appleton, Wisconsin and that
> he had an older brother.
> This fact alone negates, according
> to EK scripture, that he is the Mahanta.
> What else is a distortion or lie?
> Does it matter?
> etznab wrote:
> prometheus wrote:
> The message and views apply to
> both religions Eckankar and Mormon.
> I can see the parallels and similarities...
> can you?
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