Hindus Have Got One God & Christians Have Got Another God. No. God Cannot Be Two So, yesterday we were discussing, the, what is the first-class religious system. Sa vai puṁsāṁ paro dharmaḥ yato bhaktir adhokṣaje (SB 1.2.7). The test is people are very much enthusiastic to fight, “My religion is better.” “I am Hindu. Our religion is very good.” Somebody says, “No, we are Christian, we are… Our religion is very good.” Somebody Muhammadan, this fighting is going on. In European history there was fight, crusade between religious group. In our country, in India, there was fight between Hindus and Muslims. What is the meaning of this fight? Actually when one is God conscious, he knows God, then where is the chance of fighting? Yasya deve parā… Because one should be… If actually one is God conscious, yasyāsti bhaktir bhagavaty akiñcanā (SB 5.18.12). The Vedic literature gives us information, that actually if one is a devotee of God… God is one, God cannot be two. It is not that Hindus have got one God and Christians have got another God. No. God cannot be two. Then there cannot be any competition of Gods. “I am God.” Just like nowadays it has become a fashion, so many gods, rascals are coming, “I am God.” He says, “I am God,” “I am God,” “I am God.” Now how many Gods are there? No, God is one, eko brahma dvitīya nāsti, that is the Vedic injunction. Just like the sun. Sun is one. From our practical example. You cannot say that “This is American sun,” and “this is Indian sun,” or “it is African sun.” Sun is one. See, if a creation of God is one, and it is so powerful… Sun is one of the creation of God. There are millions of suns. We can see one only. So if one sun created by God can do so much work, can distribute so much heat and light, just imagine how much powerful is the creator of the sun. This is common sense. So we get information from Bhagavad-gītā… (aside:) Rūpānuga you can come here. Ahaṁ sarvasya prabhavaḥ mattaḥ sarvaṁ pravartate iti matvā bhajante māṁ budhā bhāva-samanvitāḥ (BG 10.8). Ahaṁ sarvasya prabhavaḥ. Whatever we see, whatever there is, they are all emanation from God. That is the verdict of Vedānta-sūtra also. Simple. If you want to know what is God, the Vedānta-sūtra informs us very, in two words, very simple: “God, or the Absolute Truth, is that who is the source of everything.” Janmādy asya yataḥ (SB 1.1.1). The original source from whom everything is coming, He is God. Very simple definition. Anyone can understand. If you find out… That is our inqu… Philosophy means to inquire. Athāto brahma jijñāsā – to inquire.