Concept of God in Parsiism – Zoroastrianism

Zakir Naik


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Let's discuss the concept of God in Zoroastrianism.

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So Reston ism

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is a non Semitic non Vedic Aryan religion, which is also called as Parsi ism.

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though it has a very small following less than 130,000 people, mostly living in the city where I come from, but it claims to be one of the oldest religions. It originated more than two and a half 1000 years ago and Porsche

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and it was founded

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by Forrester.

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And this religion is also called the religion of fire worshippers origin of mekanism.

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Almighty God

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in Zoroastrianism, is called as hora mas de

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ahora means God or Lord, mas de means wise, our Muslim, his wife got a wife, Lord

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and the sacred scriptures of Zoroastrianism are Parsees in

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the Sati and the avesta.

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There are various descriptions

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of Almighty God given in the Sati. Its mission, the Sati, that Almighty God is One and Only

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he doesn't have a beginning. Neither of you have an end.

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Yes, no mother, no father, no wife, or no son.

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Nothing resembles him.

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Almighty God has got no images.

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You cannot see Almighty God with your eyes, neither can you comprehend him. He's far beyond your understanding. And he's closer to you than your own self. All these descriptions are given in the Sati, the Sacred Scripture of Parsees.

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If read the avesta, the yasna and the other books, there are various attributes given to Almighty God. He is referred to as the creator in yes now, chapter number 31. was number seven and 11 as well as Yes. Now, chapter number 44. was number seven. Yes. Now chapter number 50. Verse number 11, as well as Yes. Now, chapter number 51 was number seven. He's called as the greatest and yes, now, jack number three was number 11. As well as Yes. Now chapter number 45 was number six. He's called as the Beneficent. And yes, now chapter number 33. was number 11. As well as Yes, now. Chaplin 48 was number three.

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Almighty God in the parsee scripture is also called as the bountiful and yes now, chapter number 43. Verse number 457-911-1315, as well as Yes, now chapter 44 was number two and yes, now chapter 45 was number five, and yes, now chapter 46, verse number nine, as well as yes now chapter number 48, verse number three, there are various attributes given to Almighty God in the past the scriptures, so if you read the Parsi scriptures, you shall understand the concept of God in Parsi ism and Zoroastrianism