The Hindu Interpretation of Creation | The Story of God

The Hindu Interpretation of Creation | The Story of God

In India, Morgan Freeman learns about the Hindu’s story of creation at a shrine to Ganga. ➑ Subscribe: ➑ Get Season 1 of The Story of God:


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  1. Waleed Zaman khan

    There are many illogical and fictional things in Hinduism that i don't know why Hindus don't tend to Question from there priest i can mention many of them! The biggest of them that haunts me is that why on earth Hindus believe in more than 1 God? why doesn't any Rational Hindu tries to find logic behind this corrupt belief?

  2. Akash Roy Dey

    Hinduism is very complex, we Hindus were taught by our parents to go to temple and worship this God and parents were taught the same by their parents without any objection.the mythological stories can be metaphors, only thing to learn from them is moral.regardless of this G. O. D(generator, operator, destructor)/Brahma, Vishnu, mahesh cannot be any person or living body but personification of gigantic universal forces.

  3. Stevenowski

    Sorry Morgan, creation did not happen and then God happened. God has always been, and always will be. He created everything that we can see, hear, touch, smell and feel. The Lord's creation and the extreme diversity of it, AND complexity of it, cries out His glory.

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