Bible and Quran

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Submitted: July 20, 2019

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In the Quran:  “Forbidden to you (to eat) are: Al-Maitah (the dead animals), blood. the flesh of swine, and that on which Allah’s name has not been invoked while slaughtering (which that has been dedicated to other than Allah),- But whoever is forced by severe hunger with no inclinations to sin - then indeed, Allah is forgiving and merciful.

In the Bible: ‘Of all the animals that live on land, these are the ones you may eat:You may eat any animal that has a divided hoof and that chews the cud. 

 I say: So one has to slaughter animals in the name of Allah and they are not forbidden to eat. And sacrifice that not dedicated to Allah are food that shouldn’t be eating. And the Bible just teach one to kill certain animals an eat. That is a sin.

In the Srimad Bhagavatam:  Sri Suka said: a person who in this life was very cruel towards land and sea animals or birds and cooked them alive, is condemned by even the most cruel-hearted man eaters. After his death the servants of Yamarâja will throw him in the hell of the cooking pot to be cooked in boiling oil himself.  Some creatures are by the Creator designed to live as parasites unaware of the harm they do to others, but he who in his will to survive himself causes pain very well knowing what he is doing to other creatures of God, lands in his afterlife in the overgrown well. With the harm he did to the beings in question, he will experience that evil himself. Just like the creatures with an inferior body - the game, the birds, snakes, mosquitos, lice, worms, flies and whatever - he on his turn everywhere in the darkness will be persecuted, hurt and disturbed by them and then wander around without being able to find a place to rest.

I say: 

You kill an animal in the name of Allah, you are going to hell for that sin of killing a goat or get halal meat and eat it. So that blessed meat will not have the energy or power to save you from that sin.

In the Bhagavad-Gita:

The Supersoul said:  only the ignorant speak in figurative language. It is they who extol the scripture and say their is nothing deeper than this. Consulting only their own desires, they construct their own heaven, arduous and complex rituals to secure their own personal pleasure and power and the only result is rebirth. While their minds are absorbed with ideas of power and personal enjoyment, they can not concentrate their discrimination on one point.

I say: someone formed a desire and a heaven with ritual in the Quran and the result to following the Quran is rebirth. Someone formed heaven and ritual in the Bible and to follow the Bible to kill a lamb and eating bread and drinking wine, the only result is rebirth. But worst, they sinned, they kill a being and eat it. They are going to hell then born with a body of judgement. But with Jesus, they going to hell for the sin of killing gay people or looking at sinner with angry burning eyes.

My spirit say: people worship Allah and wanted to only eat Halal meat or blessed meat. they don’t want to go to hell for killing animal then bless it meat to be holy and eat it. What should they do?

I say:

In the Bhagavad-Gita:

The Supersoul said: The sages who enjoy the food remains after the sacrifice is made are freed from all sins. But the selfish who spread their feast only for themselves feeds on sin only. All creature are the product of food, food is the product of rain, rains comes by sacrifice and sacrifice is the noblest form of action. Physical action is far inferior to an intellect concentrated on the Divine. Have recourse then to Pure Intelligence. It is only the petty-minded who work for reward. In this world people are fettered by action, unless it is performed as a sacrifice. Therefore, let thy acts be done without attachment, as sacrifice only. Do thy duty as prescribed, for action for duty’s sake is superior to inaction. Therefore do thy duty perfectly, without care for the results, for he who does his duty disinterestedly attains the Supreme.

I say: 

They should stick to food that grows by the sun and rain. And even if they did want to eat meat, they should offer it to the Supersoul who they would consider Allah when they learn about the Supersoul nature.

In the Bhagavad-Gita:

The Supersoul said:  Knowing Me as Him who gladly receives all offerings of austerity and sacrifice, as the Might Ruler of all the Worlds and the Friend of all beings, he passes to Eternal Peace.  Whatever a man offers to Me, whether it be a leaf, or a flower, of fruit, or water, I accept it, for it is offered with devotion and purity of mind. Whatever thou doest, whatever thou dost eat, whatever thou dost sacrifice and give, whatever austerities thou practisest, do all as an offering to Me. So shall thy action be attended by no result, either good or bad; but through the spirit of renunciation thou shalt come to Me and be free. I am the same to all beings. I favour none, and I hate none. But those who worship Me devotedly, they live in Me, and I in them. Even the most sinful, if he worship Me with his whole heart, shalt be considered righteous, for he is treading the right path. He shall attain spirituality ere long, and Eternal Peace shall be his.

I say:

What’s wrong of eating blessed fruit and vegetable? You like blessed meat better?

But the Supersoul said what one’s do as a sacrifice, make it towards Him and your food be blessed and you will be free from sin.

My spirit asked: how do you bless the food?

I say: you place the fruits on the altar, make a offering (sacrifice) and say your prayer then when done, you should feel and see invisible field energy on the fruits, you can eat the fruits.

But what I see is Quran said: no inclination to sin, it mean detachment. So they can detach from that sin and they will be saved. 

For more on the Bhagavad-Gita and Srimad Bhagavatam: bunthorntim.blogspot.com/2012/09/part-1.html


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