Ecumenism: Diplomacy or Sincere Exchange? in Spiritual Discussions Posted July 20, 2009 · Report reply I don't see how this solves any contradictions. Actually, all the gospels were written after Jesus died. That is factually incorrect.Gospel of John was written after Jesus death claiming to be revelations from Jesus. The earliest one was the gospel of Mark, which is thought to be written at the earliest after 70 AD.Most of Mark and Matthew writings were the saying's of Jesus while he was alive.In those writings Jesus never claimed to be god.If he did, please point out. Moreover, the entire Christian Bible is believed to be the word of God himself, just like Vedic scriptures are believed to be the word of God. Furthermore, I don't believe Jesus' crying out "My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?", is really contradicting his being one with God. No, it didn't contradict him being with god.But it clearly says what Jesus felt, i.e. Father(god) forsaking himself in the moment of crisis.And that(jesus agony) clearly portrays Jesus being dependent on Father(God). Don't you think Jesus words are more authentic then other people words?.(response to:entire Christian Bible being word's of god) The contrast is Plain and obvious .Krishna Claims to be God In Gita whereas Jesus claims to be dependent on Father and is doing his Father's bidding. Likewise, the fact that Jesus "was sent", can be seen as part of his being human. So, your argument in your post #59 doesn't hold. I don't see how your post #53 (about hell) is relevant. Respond to my posts(59 and 53) and see if you find it relevant or not. .Do you agree then that Jesus Christ and Krishna were avatars of the same God and that both in fact were God, and that in this sense it can be said that Christ is Krishna? This - in combination with the monistic theistic concept of God in Christianity (see my post #57 and #58) - would mean that Christianity and Vaishnavism are remarkably compatible religious philosophies... No, and it is explained clearly in post 53 and it's preceding posts.Eternal punishment in hell for unbelief as described in Christianity is not compatible with Hinduism.