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God and Destiny

The Supreme Knowledge

  by Vivake Pathak small-size photo of Vivake Pathak

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Part 1: Introduction

Vivake says that the age of ignorance about God will end now, as through this book he will reveal God and his true attributes and influence before everyone. In the process he will also show that the future is predestined and unchangeable.

Part 2: The future is predestined and unchangeable

He terms the statement 'The future is predestined and unchangeable' theorem of destiny and explains its complete meaning. Negating the concept of freedom of choice, he proves illusory the perception that one can change one’s destiny.

Going a step ahead, adopting two different ways and citing a number of examples, he shows that whatever occurs in the universe—occurred in the past, is occurring at present, and will occur in the future—including whatever occurs in our lives, is predestined and inevitable.

Next, he holds a discussion on the possibility of prediction of the future. Concluding part 2, he shows how the knowledge of the theorem of destiny will affect the life, thought, and mental state of people.

Part 3: It is the time for you to know God

In order to let the audience get a universal meaning or concept of what the world has believed to be God, he presents the nubs of what eight major theistic religions of the world say about God. Preparing the reader further to know God, he shows that God had never been known to anyone and answers some important questions that arise about the birth and development of the idea of God.

Using the theorem of destiny and the most indispensable belief about God that he is almighty, Vivake shows what God exactly and precisely is. He answers why any other being, such as the universe or any human, cannot be God.

Then he performs an analysis on some nuclear beliefs about God in major theistic religions to bring out the truth from and behind these beliefs. During this analysis he also shows that of all the important epithets added to God, such as almighty, omnipotent, creator, supreme being, eternal, incorporeal, and good, which ones describe God truly and which ones do not, revealing the true attributes of God. Lastly, he ponders on the relevance that the theistic religions are left with after the revelation of God.

Part 4: Summary

The almighty, supreme, eternal, incorporeal God not only governs but predestines whatever happens in the universe, including whatever happens in our lives.


Part A: The scientific proof

The author gives a scientific proof of the theorem of destiny. He proceeds to show the vainness of the objection raised by many physicists against the predeterminedness of the future on the basis of the principle of indeterminacy; while doing so he unravels how the principle is being misinterpreted and misused after its finding.

Part B: The author

Finally, he tells how great scientists, such as Stephen Hawking and Steven Weinberg, have been thinking of God in a similar way and answers how he found God.


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