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Which Holy you like the most?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by kapil, Jun 19, 2013.

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Is you are an Holy book lover?

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  1. kapil

    kapil New Member

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    As i am an Indian I love many Holy books such as Geeta, The Ramayana, The Mahabharata and many more.
    which holy book you like?
     
  2. K. Ceres Wright

    K. Ceres Wright New Member

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    I love the Holy Bible.
     
  3. 753C

    753C Active Member

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    Seconded. And the Talmud.
     
  4. K. Ceres Wright

    K. Ceres Wright New Member

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    I haven't read the Talmud. Is it explanations of the Law?
     
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    It is basically the oral Law of Judaism. The second part is sort of like commentary/explanations on those laws and on parts of the Bible.
     
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    In '93, I was stopped in the Denver International Airport by a Hare Krishna. The dude gave me his spiel and I was just weirded out. The guy did give me a copy of the Bhagavad-Gita and I have to say that at the time, I was very impressed. I particularly enjoy the exchanges between Arjuna and Krishna concerning worry and the impending battle about to take place. I can't say there were "down" parts that I did not enjoy. It is the only book outside of the Bible that I really like.

    As for the H.B., I really enjoy the writings of Paul. Just finished Lamentations and Jeremiah(in reverse order as listed here) I'm having a thing for the more "depressing" books as of late.
     

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