- All gods, including those written with a capital G, are created by humans.
- 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 …..
- 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 …..
- 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.
- Now suppose Lord G becomes famous in a 100 years or so.
- 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?
- To force Mr. X to refashion Lord G to be a non-discriminatory god? Or
- 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?
- Does the narrow minded Mr. X has a right to create a God he likes and worship Him the way he wants to?
- Do Ys have a right to force narrow minded Mr. X to change his concept of God?
- Would it curtail Mr. X’s liberty of faith and practice his faith?
- Can people create Gods which allow some to worship and do not allow others?
- Can people create clubs with controlled right to entry?
- If yes to (e) above why not yes to (d) as well?