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Rohit Dhankar

  1. All gods, including those written with a capital G, are created by humans.
  2. Suppose a person has an identity X, that is X can be a Hindu or a Muslim or a Brahmin or a Jat or a Rajaput or an Ahir, or …..
  3. Suppose this person X (let’s call him Mr. X) is a narrow minded person who wants to discriminate against people of other identities, say identity Y. That is Y also could be a Hindu or a Muslim or a Brahmin or a Jat or a Rajaput or an Ahir, or …..
  4. Since Mr. X is narrow minded and wants to discriminate against all Ys; he can create a god Lord G that is discriminatory and discriminates against all Ys.
  5. Now suppose Lord G becomes famous in a 100 years or so.
  6. Now this famous Lord G does not want to allow any Y to see Him, and does not want to bless any Y, and does not want to allow any Y to worship Him.

The question One: what is logical for all Ys?

  1. To force Mr. X to refashion Lord G to be a non-discriminatory god? Or
  2. To say that Lord G is narrow minded and discriminatory imagination, therefore, I don’t want to worship him?
  • Should all Ys work to weaken the discriminatory Lord G or to strengthen Him by wanting to worship him?

Question two:

  1. Does the narrow minded Mr. X has a right to create a God he likes and worship Him the way he wants to?
  2. Do Ys have a right to force narrow minded Mr. X to change his concept of God?
  3. Would it curtail Mr. X’s liberty of faith and practice his faith?
  4. Can people create Gods which allow some to worship and do not allow others?
  5. Can people create clubs with controlled right to entry?
  6. If yes to (e) above why not yes to (d) as well?

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