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Hindu questions about FSM

Published October 17th, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

Some Questions sent by Ram. I am putting it in this section just because I want to (maybe you guys can help me answer his questions):

Iam a student. Iam from india. I am a Hindu. I am quite happy with my religion and respect all other religons. But your Spaghetti monster? I don’t understand. i visited your website, but it says so little of your religion.

i want to know the foolowing things?

What or Who is this Spaghetti monster?

What is this monster up to? what does he want? (according to you)

How did he contact you?

Does he Talk?

Do you have any proof? if show please show me.

Why do you use ‘ironic words’? Preachers don’t really use such words. they are polite and atleast sound enlightened one. you sound more like a minister demanding for votes.

This monster of yours is made of pasta?

Is this monster a good monster or is he spreading evil?

Why a pirate ship? pirates do have 99.9 % dna similar to humans. well, my great great grand father had 99.999999% DNA similar to humans. so what? What i mean to ask is Pirates were evils, they plundered and killed. if at all they are extinct today. it is cool. with time they will. everything will. But why pirates . Why?

I believe in God, sir and i have no intentions in hurting you, but it is silly to believe in what is not so clear. I don’t really believe in scientific evidences, but yes i do have my own way of finidng things out. some sort of spirituality involved.
Coincidently, Indian lores have many written records of universal birth that resembles to big bang theory. they have perfect calculations of earth’s rev. and rot. all this was written more than a thousands years which also includes physics, maths, geo, medicine and spirituality. But there is no mention of Your monster. you know and the world knows Hindus have the longest written history and records than any one else. Not even eygptians. And all of them are accurate till date, some are under research. American scientist have also discovered a man-made birdge dated thousands of yrs ago called ram-sethu (in india) which also has written records in ancient books, including the man who built it. if it is all this. How come they miss your monster?

Iam not preaching my religion Sir. please answer my question. i shall me thankful to you as my questions haunt me than the ghosts? Ghosts? don’t dont haunt me at all !

God bless you

Ram
Goa
India



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  5. nikred says:

    Hinduism is panentheistic. In other words the whole universe is a part of god. In that sense it is neither polytheistic nor monotheistic. But if I had to make a choice, I would say its more inclined to monotheism in the spiritual sense but for an outsider it would seems polytheistic.

    Coming to the Big Bang Theory, Hinduism does have strikingly similar theories though the whole book of Bhagavad Gita is a long poem and cannot be taken in literal sense.
    I was born Hindu but like to consider myself an atheist and I am pretty sure the writer of that letter has no friggin clue what his religion is all about.

  6. Boarg says:

    Another strange contradiction in the teeth of many seen hereabouts. He doesn’t really believe in scientific evidence yet references accurate ancient calculations and give his opinions in cyberspace. Exactly what is scientific and what is not? Which scientific field is “believed” in and which is not, and to what extent? etc.etc. Thank his Noodliness for irony; we’d be a bit lost without it, would we not?
    RAmen

  7. PlagueChicken says:

    I think I’m rusting from all the irony…

  8. KenTheFitter says:

    It’s a good thing I’m exposed to all this irony, else I would need a Geritol patch.

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