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The present book God Made the Man and the Man Made the Gods is an attempt to prove that it is God who created the universe and entered into the universe (Taitriya Upnishad, Brahmanandvalli, chapter 6 and couplet 1). God and the universe became one and the same. Now it is the universe, which is controlling the fate of the man through the seven planets and 27 constellations (Astrology). The book also attempts to prove scientifically that the man was not born from the monkey and the chimpanzee as stated by Darwin in his book The Origin of Species, but God created the organisms of all species including the man. Those species came into existence to which the environments suited and the others remained in a sleeping state. When the environment did not suit some species they became extinct and the new ones in dormant state were born. Thus, the cycle of life and death of species goes on. The book also attempts to prove that the fate of the man depends upon his deeds and he gets the reward or punishment depending upon his good or bad deeds. The rewards or punishments, which he does not get in this life, are carried forward to the next birth which become his fate. It is not necessary that the man may get punishment immediately for his bad deeds. He may not get it till his pot is full. No amount of worshipping of God or the planets is going to help except that the man may learn a lesson to do good deeds in future. How the accounts of the deeds are maintained or how the punishment is carried over is a mystery, but there is no escape from it. It is hoped that the readers will find this book interesting and informative. Printed Pages: 248. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 12739
Inhaltsangabe: Used - Like New
Titel: God Made the Man and Man Made the Gods
Verlag: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd.
Buchbeschreibung Macmillan & Co, 1949. Schutzumschlag mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren, Schutzumschlag mit leichter Bräunung, Seiten leicht gebräunt, ansonsten SEHR GUTER Zustand! 246 Seiten Englisch 328g Gr. 8° (22,5-25 cm), Hardcover mit Schutzumschlag, Leinen-Einband. Artikel-Nr. 100539