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osho on god

Osho,
Do you really believe that God does not exist?

“I do not believe that God does not exist, I know for sure he does not exist. And ‘thank God’ that he does not exist – because the existence of God would have created so many problems, difficulties, that life would have been almost impossible.

“You may not have looked at it from the angle from which I am going to talk to you – perhaps nobody has ever tried to look at it from this angle. The Christians say that God created the world. In fact, the hypothesis of God is needed for the creation. The world is there; somebody must have created it. Whoever created it, that creator is God. But do you see the implication? If the world was created, then there can be no evolution.” Osho

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Uploaded on Aug 11, 2006

OSHO: God Is Not a Solution – but a Problem
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God created the world — really? Please allow the question: “Who created God”? Interesting perhaps? —

“Creation means: finished! — the full stop has arrived. On the sixth day, the full stop; and after that there is no possibility of evolution
Evolution implies that creation is not complete, hence the possibility of evolving. Charles Darwin is saying that the creation is an ongoing process, that existence is always imperfect, that it is never going to be perfect; only then can it go on evolving, reaching new peaks, new dimensions, opening new doors, new possibilities.” —

This video is available for translation as part of the OSHO TALKS Video Translation Project. — Join the project as a translator at: http://www.oshotalks.info — OSHO International Foundation: http://www.osho.com

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