The savior in Indian religionsAuthor(s):
Dr. Nada Suhail AbdAbstract:
This research deals with a belief that is considered one of the ancient beliefs that circulated in the thoughts of human thought, and called for by many religions. The issue of salvation preoccupied the mind of man, and he kept looking for a savior, whether this savior was embodied in a human being, or a god. Thus, this belief is not exclusive to the monotheistic religions only, as it stems mainly from the human instinct that constantly yearns for perfection in all its forms, and perhaps this very matter is what It makes it more realistic, because we all know that human instinct does not seek something that does not exist, and from here all religions, including Indian religions, preached that humanity has a promised day in which the earth will be honored with the appearance of the promised saviorOne of the important results that we aspire to achieve through this research is to prove the doctrine of the Savior in the ancient positive religions, the most prominent of which are the Indian religions as no ideology, whatever its position on the occult, can deny the idea of salvation, as all of them meet in terms of the content of the belief in waiting for a savior reformer, or A savior.Pages: 135-142 | Views: 231 | Downloads: 30Download Full Article: Click Here
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Dr. Nada Suhail Abd. The savior in Indian religions. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2021;3(4):135-142.