Gita vs Bible

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Philosophy

 

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Alice G

 

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May 26, 2013

 

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When singled out they model religious and ethical conduct while together they show God and his attempt to relate to humankind through a specific group of people. The Bhagavad Gita is the story of a Hindu prince named Arjuna on the brink of war. He seeks counsel on how to approach this situation since he does not know what his best course of action is and fears that the wrong action will affect his karma and ultimately his reincarnation...
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His counsel, Lord Krishna, is actually the god of the Hindu religion and tells Arjuna the Hindu approach to this situation. Like the Torah, the Gita maps out a method of moral conduct for a follower to live by. However these methods are different in that the Torah enforces its message through a prescriptive set of guidelines handed down from God while the Bhagavad Gita implements its teachings through an outline of ideas that a person studies to find their own individual path to God...
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