Dear Ahreeman X,
Your January 4th response, God, Islam & Author of the Month
, to my e-mail of January 1, 2014, titled, Author of the Month for January 2014
was a gift I shall treasure because you have widen my scope and knowledge of Persian views about God, which will cause me to add to my own perceptions about God. You provided many questions and conclusions that will allow both of us to discuss our views further. Before starting an open discussion, which any of your associates may participate, I would like to let you know that after reading your article, History of Faravahar, I was able to appreciate why you address yourself as Ahreeman X or AX.
Dr. X, in your article, Meaning of Faravahar, Derafsh kaviani and Persian Colors
, I learned that Faravahar is is not just an important Zoroastrian and Persian symbol but is the heart and soul of the greater Iranian nation
of the “Old Persian Empire.”
Dr. X, you indicated that, “The bottom line and my belief is that according to the original Zoroastrian Doctrine, Faravahar consists of both Ahura and Ahreemanic symbolism. The half human part (the upper half) is representing Ahuramazda and the half Beast part (the lower half) is representing Ahreeman.”
You also stated, “Let us hope that the Faravahar, with its universal meaning of light, wisdom, righteousness, and God's grace can take its place among the great symbols of spirit, to inspire people all over the earth.“ So basically Faravahar portrays: Good Thoughts, Good Words, Good Deeds (English);
Pendare Nik, Goftare Nik, Kerdare Nik (Modern Persian);
Humata, Hukhta, Hvarshta (Avestan Persian).
And the lower half, portrays:Bad reflection, bad words and bad deeds
, which causes misery and misfortune for human beings.Ahura Mazda = Universal Intelligence
In Avestan language, “Ahura” = universe and “Mazda” = intelligenceAhura + Mazda = Ahuramazda => Universal IntelligenceHalf Human Upper Half = Ahuramazda
Half Beast Lower Half = AhreemanGinex response:
The above definitions for Ahuramazda, reveal a lower half, referred to as the beast and called Ahreeman. Lo and behold, Dr. X, I have discovered why you refer to yourself as Ahreeman.
Of special note, I was able to find on an Internet search for Faravahar the following:
“The ring of covenant, which is located in the center of the Faravahar's trunk, is the symbol of the immortality of the spirit. It can be inferred that more human beings try to promote their own Faravahar, more their spirit will be elevated in the other world after they pass away. For that reason, ancient Iranians would never mourn at the death of their beloved ones, because they would believe that their spirit will be elevated to a higher level in the other world. On the basis of one's Faravahar, everybody is responsible for his/her own deed.”
The above paragraph is significant in that Iranians do believe in another world, or hereafter, and the immortality of the spirit. The continued existence of the spirit after death does appear to lend itself to a belief of the Hindu religion. There may be a relation of Zoroastrianism and the Hindu religion that believes the spirit can come back in other animals or humans based upon the life they had led. That is, the spirit does not die after death.
Dr. X, you provided a valuable bit of history about Egyptian Influence on Faravahar by writing:“It is pretty obvious that there is a resemblance between Isis, the ancient Egyptian Goddess of Fertility and Faravahar.
It has been clearly stated that the "Faravahar," with a human's upper body has often been used as an important symbol of the Zoroastrian philosophy. Faravahar has a long history in the art, literature and culture of the Middle East and the central Asia. Its symbolism and philosophical meaning is an ancient heritage that extends through over three millennia to the modern era. The history of the Faravahar goes back to the ancient Egyptian Kingdom and Empire. The roots go back to a certain designed bird pattern which is known as the "spread eagle." The "spread eagle" features a flying bird with its wings, legs and tail outstretched. Similar designs have been used in various cultures throughout the history, including the American culture. For instance the seal of the U.S. Government features a "spread eagle." The Spread Eagle is clearly visible in the American government’s insignias and logos.
The Egyptian "spread eagle" device which has been featured in the treasure of Tutankhamun, has a bird's body with a human head. In it the hieroglyphic symbols are held in the outstretched talons. These features will later re-appear and transformed into the Faravahar figure. The Egyptian designs which feature a sun disc with wings are pretty close to the design of the Faravahar. The Egyptian winged sun disc represents Horus, the hawk god. Egyptians believed that the Pharaohs who were the god kings were the reincarnation of the Horus who was the hawk god. This tradition went on throughout the history of the ancient Egypt.
Originally the winged disc was a symbol of the divine kingship or the divine favor upon a king. On early second millennium BC, this design had migrated from Egypt to the ancient Middle East. It appears above the carved figure of a Hittite king symbolizing a god’s favor in the spread eagle. Hittite civilization flourished around 1400 BC to1200 BC. The winged disk in the form of spread eagle has also appeared on a Syrian seal from the Mitani civilization. Mitani were around from 1450 BC to 1360 BC.”Ginex response:
As you have already discovered, my books deal with the influence of ancient Egyptian beliefs on the Judaic, Christian, and Islamic religions. Much of what you have written above is compatible with my books. What I was delighted to learn was that there appears to be an Egyptian influence on the moral ideas developed in Persia and an afterlife. But you were also able to trace that influence as a blend of the ancient Egyptian symbol with a spice of the ancient Assyrian styled art. The Assyrian art also associates the winged disc with divinity and divine protection of the king and people.
On page 60 of my book, Future of God Amen
, is an illustration of the ba, which only comes into existence after death. It was normally represented in the form of a bird, sometimes with a human head as shown. The figure shows the ba of the Pharaoh Tutenkhamon, son-in-law of Amenhotep IV, who reigned from 1375 to 1353 BCE. This period falls within your dates of 1450 to 1360 BCE where the inhabitants of Mitanni were greatly influenced with Egyptian religious beliefs.
Thanks to you, my suspicion that the religious beliefs of Egypt, which began earlier than 3500 BCE, had reached the Ancient Middle East by way of the Hittites and Semites into Syria and the Mitanni civilization. Future of God Amen
provides much of the history describing the development of Egyptian religious beliefs. Due to the scope of proving my thesis, I had to limit the book to reveal Egypt’s influence on the Judaic, Christian, and Islamic religions. It would have required extended research efforts to try to include Egyptian influence on other religions or philosophies for the book would have become too complicated to be digested by the average reader.
Dr. X, you have earned the right to be called Ahreeman because you are indeed a champion, a fighter to reestablish your Iranian heritage and Persian traditions. More importantly, you are a man who courageously confronts Islamic theocracy and its insidious growth, which uses the Qur’an and Sharia law to spread its idealogy.
Before I answer many of your interesting questions, I will address the question concerning me.“Are you a Creationist, Evolutionist or Agnostic?”Ginex response:
Definitely, I am not a Creationist but certainly an Evolutionist. Having been schooled in the sciences, becoming an Electrical Engineer, and having read Cosmos by Carl Sagan, it becomes obvious that all life evolves from matter that is exposed to conditions of heat and water, at least for us humans. As you know, there are billions of galaxies and trillions of planets. A planet first begins as matter caught in the gravitational grasp of a star. It is void of any life until the right conditions of heat from the star initiates moisture and water from whence simple life forms evolve from first the vegetation that emerges both in and out of the water.
Regarding whether I am an atheist or agnostic, here again I am neither. I am not an atheist because I have no knowledge that convinces me that God does not exist. And as for being an Agnostic, this is a state of limbo whereby a person does not know what to believe because of lack of evidence. I am a humanist that takes a practical approach to teach our sisters and brothers to love one another so that we maintain a peaceful world and are able to increase our abilities to better understand ourselves and our world. If we are able to do this, we may someday meet other intelligent life in the universe. As I look to the future, perhaps my views are in line with your definition of Zoroastrianism below:Zoroastrianism is Compatible with Futurism. Futurism is all about the future, Science, Progress, reality and the truth. Zoroastrianism as a philosophy is also all about the future, Science, Progress, reality and the truth. Ginex response:
With due respect, the above definition is one that has evolved through exposure to the greatest minds after Zoroaster that contributed to define the faith and philosophy of Zoroastrianism. The above definition does not include the belief in God or some Holy Spirit or force that has created all there is. Older beliefs of Zoroastrianism included with the duality of right and wrong the belief in the spirit, angels, and the God Mazda Ahura, “the Wise Lord” and Supreme Being who expresses his will through the Holy Spirit (Spenta Mainyu). From Man’s Religion
s by John B. Noss, page 341, note 4, he writes:
“But, through Ahura Mazda is supreme, he is not unopposed. This is an important belief of Zoroaster. Over against Asha (Right or Truth) is Druj (the Lie). Truth is confronted with Falsehood, Life with Death. The Good Spirit (Spenta Mainyu) is opposed by Angra Mainyu, literally, “the Bad Spirit.” It is characteristic of the Gathas to lay continual emphasis on the fundamental cleavage in the world of nature and in the life of man between right and wrong, the true religion and the false. This cleavage began at the time Ahura Mazda created the world and established freedom of choice for his creatures.”
Dr. X, you indicated that Zoroastrianism is all about the future but you neglected to include that the God, Mazda Ahura, “the Wise Lord” and Supreme Being, expresses his will through the Holy Spirit (Spenta Mainyu). Yes, I believe there is a Holy Spirit that pervades the universe and is the intelligence and force that began the process to evolve both inorganic and organic matter. To me, the Holy Spirit is the essential element of the unknowable, mysterious, and incomprehensible God.
Now, I would like to answer your very interesting questions concerning Amen (Amun, Amin, and Amon are other variations).“What does “Amen is the beginning of the creation of God.” mean? Is Amun the God or God created Amun?”Ginex response:
Amon, Amun, or Amen is a God revered even today in some parts of Africa and God did not create Amen. Amen was created by the minds of men who developed this personal God after many centuries believing in many gods. This history in provided in my book Future of God Amen
.Does it mean that you believe that Amun (God) is created by man?Ginex response:
Yes.Does it mean that God created man?Ginex response:
This is a philosophical question and I can best answer it using the perspective of the Persian belief in the God, Ahura Mazda who created the world. To me, there is an intelligence that pervades the universe, which may be defined as a Universal Intelligence. This Universal Intelligence cannot be defined as it began from Energy that evolved into matter starting with the minute particles that make up the atom consisting of neutrons, protons and electrons. That is, I believe Einstein has captured the relation between mass and energy where E=mc2.
I believe Energy was present first to create matter. For me to believe that matter evolved by itself appears to be nonsense. I believe there had to be a force that willed itself into existence and I can only hypothesize that it was Energy. Therefore, I do not subscribe to the idea that matter always existed. Nor do I believe there were gods that established the universe because the next question arises, where did God come from? It remains for science to solve the question did God always exist or was it Energy that formed matter, which later was able to evolve both inorganic matter and organic life where highly developed life forms, like humans, begin to think about their existence. It is the higher life forms that are the crown achievement of this Energy whereby they reach back out to the universe to understand the Energy, a force, that created all there is.Does it mean that Amun was the first creation of God? This statement is vague!Ginex response:
It is not vague. Amen was the beginning of the first universal God created by man via the Egyptian priesthood. This statement is not vague when we understand the history of how Amen was conceived and this is provided in the book Future of God Amen
. After thousands of years, the Priesthood of Amon, during the reign of Ramses II, wrote Amon As the Sole God
. But it was in Saint John’s Revelation 3:13, 14, that Jesus announces the revelation for all that have ears:
3:13 He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches.
3:14 And unto the angel of the church of the Laodoceans write; These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God.
Here, Jesus confirms that Amen
, a God that still exists today in the minds of men is, the beginning of the creation of God.
Dr. X, as you know, civilizations around the world have conjured up the idea of a god or gods, but Egyptian religious beliefs and Amen are the roots of the Judaic, Christian, and Islamic religions. Of course, religious leaders of these three faiths will deny this revelation by Jesus because they believe they worship the only true God.
You raised the following Questions:I. Why unify the human race by worshiping one God? Why not unify the human race by not worshiping any Gods?
Let’s say hypothetically that Amun (Amen) is the original God and his message was pure humanitarian, moral and beneficial for mankind. If all worship Amun, still Amun will be the Master and the human race will be the Slaves to Amun!
Isn’t there a better chance of unifying the Earth by not worshiping any Gods and dump this God and Religion Superstition for once and for all in the dumpster of history?
Religion, Living in Fantasy!
Drugs, Living in Hallucination!
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Dr. X, you appear to be against any form of belief in God because you have experienced that religious and ruling leaders (R&Rs) have used the belief in God to control the minds of their people to identify their own civilization. This unique civilization may ostracize themselves from other people or bully other civilizations to conform to their beliefs by even killing those who do not believe in their God.
Your Persian roots also adhere to good and evil to advocate morality and have symbolized your God with the philosophy of Zoroaster. I must say that I closely share their philosophy but I also no not discount the original beliefs that endorse morality. Who is to say an atheist or agnostic will have a better moral code to live by then those that have developed over thousands of years? I have pursued a practical course to challenge the R&Rs to unite their beliefs and teach one of the greatest commands announced by a man of God (Jesus) – love one another.
Yes, I agree with you that the dogma of religions do more harm than create peace, harmony, and understanding by inciting bigotry, hatred, violence and the deaths of innocent people. But I know that the belief in God will exist no matter how much logic is presented. So I attempt to challenge the R&Rs to the point of embarrassment of their dogma so that they will understand that they are at the root of much discontent around the world. The R&Rs must revise their scriptures or they will eventually stagnate and die because people like you and me will continue to exist and will grow in numbers to the point that they have no alternative but to update their scriptures. I do not take the atheist or agnostic position, which is to do nothing to inform and educate people about the abominations in scripture. There are better ways to conceive God and lead moral lives. God is unknowable, mysterious, and incomprehensible. It is only by the freedom of thought, logic, and the sciences can we learn to better understand the intelligence or God that created all there is.
I do not believe we can dump any or all beliefs about God because who or what will replace the moral code people need to live by? Do you really want to dump the duality code of morality and eliminate the belief in a Supreme Intelligence, which is embodied in the God Ahura Mazda? Do we leave it up to a "free for all" for people to decide what is best for them or do people need education and direction of a proven code of ethics and morality? To dump religion all together is like going from the pan into the fire because independent thinking may not be from loving and sincere hearts but those who continue to cheat and live off the efforts of others.You or anyone else can never unify all believers, because:
Christians believe Jesus is God and Marry gave Virgin Birth to God.
Jews believe that they are the chosen people of Yahweh and they strictly intermingle and inter marry.
Muslims believe Allah is the true God and Muhammad was the final messenger; therefore, all should convert to Islam or die by the scimitar or else pay Jizyah (High Islamic Taxation) on yearly basis to live under the Islam and remain in their faith.
Then you got Cults such as Baha’ism, Scientology, etc. who are extreme dogmatic to their beliefs and are basically financial institutions and banks.
You're right Dr. X, but I refuse to put my head in the sand or throw up my hands in defeat. My mission is to inform and educate people about the history of God and spread the Word of God – love one another.
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Each of these Banks, Cults or Religions (anyway you want to put it) are way too dogmatic on their beliefs to unify and worship Amun or the Unify God and to become one religion; however, they each believe that there is only one Monotheistic God and one alternative religion to worship and that is theirs!
This is no surprise because Religion in its nature is Dogmatic and believes in Absolute versus the Science which believes in Dynamics, Evolution, Logic and No Absolutes.
The only so-called prophets who never claimed they are prophets of God were Buddha and Zarathustra. They always referred to themselves as simple poets and philosophers; however, later on the hierarchy of the Buddhist Temples and Fire Temples created prophets of God out of them! They even claim Buddha is God!
The rest of these prophets surely claimed that they were messengers of God and some even went beyond the logic and claimed they are God and Son of God (Jesus).Ginex response:
In all four Gospels, Jesus explicitly referred to himself as the Son of Man 76 times
and only in the last Gospel of John did others, not Jesus, indicate he was the Son of God 6 times
. Of the many prophets, Jesus was a man of truth. But it was in 381 CE, more than 300 years from the death of Jesus, after the Catholic priesthood gained popularity and strength, that they devised the concept of the Trinity; an attempt to make Jesus coequal with God. Could it be that the Catholic Priesthood has created a falsehood by misconstruing the words of Jesus? You are dealing with illogical people and irrational people (Religious people) to begin with! Anyone who believes in an entity named God who created the universe or universes from nothing is irrational and illogical. Each to his own dogma and belief in fairy tales.
How on Earth are you going to unify these people in to worshiping one myth versus many myths?Ginex response:
I alone cannot get the R&Rs (religious and ruling leaders) of the Judaic, Christian, and Islamic religions to unify their beliefs in one-universal God. Through my writings, I can only inform and educate people around the world to recognize the myths and false beliefs in hell and heaven so that they will pressure their R&Rs to revise their scripture and teach the Word of God – love one another
. After providing facts and findings about man’s development of the concept of God, it would be foolish to do nothing to inform and educate people about the dire need to let go of myths and revere the original emphasis of man’s belief to establish order and harmony by teaching the attributes of justice, righteousness and truth.
[b]The odds of a future (far distant future) without any God and only belief in Science, Evolution and Logic is far more realistic than a future where all believe in one God (one myth)! This is purely speaking of odds in mathematics. Don’t you think so?
[/b]Ginex response[/b]: My position is that logic, science and a belief in trying to understand the unknowable force, Energy or God, is what makes more sense. However, it is not a sick and demented approach to believe that an unknown force has initiated matter and life forms throughout the entire universe. The question arises, is there a purpose for this unknown force to evolve inorganic matter and organic life? Does the Universe have as its ultimate goal, the desire to create life that can understand and appreciate the power of Its creation? Hence, I believe in the philosophical idea that an intelligence pervades the universe and it is the Spirit of God. I do not believe in any gods but this unknowable, mysterious and incomprehensible God. We, as human beings, should live lives that emulate truth, love and harmony so that someday we may visit or be visited by living life forms from other worlds. I dare say, are we humans ready for such an experience or will we, through ignorance and fear, try to destroy such life forms?
III. Why you want to unify the worshipers of 3 major religions of Earth?
“[color=#000000]Judaic, Christian, and Islamic religious leaders must unify their belief in God.”
Do you believe in this, so they become better, moral people?
Morality has nothing to do with religion! Logic destines you to be a decent moral person. You do not need religion to be moral!
Do you believe in this to end wars?
If you end religious fractions, it will not necessarily end wars! Human nature always finds something to fight for: Religion, Ideology, Politics, Symbols, Land, Culture, Race, etc!
Alexander’s Greco-Macedonian Empire, Roman Empire, Genghis Khan’s Mongol Empire, Nazi Germany, Communist Russia (USSR), Today’s North Korea, etc. all and all were and are not religious entities; however, they all started wars to expand.
You will never end wars on Earth and it has nothing to do with religion. It is human nature as an animal.
Zarathustra and Buddha were the only so-called prophets whom I respect, simply because they were not prophets but they were simple poets and philosophers.
Every single prophet in history of mankind was and is a charlatan.[/color]Ginex response:
You need to be careful with this statement, “Every single prophet in history of mankind was and is a charlatan.” Such a statement casts Zoroaster as a charlatan. Many prophets simply wanted to direct humans into a better life by providing a philosophy that explains the origin of the universe and provide a moral code based upon a universal intelligence or God. To simply say there is a universal intelligence without associating this intelligence with some entity, such as a force or energy I call God does not make the idea of Universal Intelligence superior.
Your statement, “Morality has nothing to do with religion! Logic destines you to be a decent moral person. You do not need religion to be moral!”
believes Logic can be the foundation to be a decent moral person. This is not so when what is logical to one person is ridiculous to another. Who is to say which man’s Logic is superior than another’s? Morality has nothing to do with religion but it is the idea of a Supreme Intelligence or God that endorses morality. It so happens that it is a Priesthood, rather than a Government or Ruler, that provides the linkage between God and morality. Certainly, it is not science because moral codes of behaviour have nothing to do with science. It is the years of experience that mankind has developed the moral codes of behaviour to live in harmony with others. God is a myth.
Religion is a superstition.
Prophets are charlatans.
God did not create everything.
God is a belief and a belief becomes real to the extent that people are willing to give up their lives or take the life of others for that belief. I do not know if it was God or an Energy Force that created everything. But when an Energy Force wills into existence matter that finally evolves into living life forms, I can define that Energy Force as being God. Do you have a better name for this Energy Force? It is wise to use this concept to define a God that has a purpose, which is to evolve intelligent life that may someday reach out to the universe and learn to comprehend, as creatures of this force, that we should strive to be the best we can be by teaching justice, righteousness, truth, and learn to love one another.Everything (Matters, Energies and Spirits) have always existed.Ginex response:
Dr. X you need to be careful with the statement, “Everything (Matters, Energies and Spirits) have always existed.” I do not believe Spirits or Matter have always existed. However, there had to be a beginning, and that would have to be Energy. Call it Intelligence, if you would, but it is the will to exist, to create life by designing the building block of inorganic and organic matter – the atom, which evolves higher forms of life that may learn to understand the source of all creation. “They were never created, they will never be destroyed but they will always change forms to one another.”
This is called the Conservation Law of Matters and Energies in Physics."Ginex response:
This law is compatible with E=mc2. [color=#0000BF]The first person who found out about this law was Zarathustra (Zoroaster) the Persian philosopher and he referred to this entity as a system, the system of the universe also known as the “Universal Intelligence” AKA “Ahura Mazda” which later on the hierarchy of Fire Temple mobeds (priests) twisted his philosophy, made him a prophet and turned Ahura Mazda to God!
This is religion for you, pure garbage.
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... /index.htm[/color]Ginex response:
Gee, the statement, “This is religion for you, pure garbage.” is rather harsh because it condemns traditions that exist with many different people around the globe. I agree with your conclusion, but by nature I am a uniter; one that looks at the problem and tries to find ways to redirect religion on the path to encourage truth, embrace the sciences, and provide the knowledge for people to live in harmony whereby they are able to develop their God-given gifts for the benefit of mankind. Yes, Dr. X you are more realistic than I, but I love all people and seek ways to have them learn to love one another. Gee, I believe the command given by Jesus three times in the Gospel of John is the greatest command given to man – love one another
“Please click on the link, http://www.theauthornetwork.com . There, you will find that I have been honoured as Author of the Month for January 2014 by Rob McConnell, President and CEO of the REL-MAR McConnell Media Company. In addition to three book reviews for Allah, We, Our and Us, it provides a brief overview of the messages and themes about the looming threat of Islam.”
Congratulation on your book.
Also, your new book will not help you to get the Muslims on the band wagon, on the contrary it will distant them from your goal. Any slight criticism of Islam is Sin to Muslims and is Taboo. Criticism of Islam = Automatic Death.Ginex response:
Dear Dr. X, I am fully aware of Muslim extremists that will want to silence my voice and eliminate the book Allah, We, Our and Us
from being read by people all around the globe. But to take my life would be a mistake because the book will gain even more notice and become a best seller in many countries. The best way for Muslim Imams, Caliphs, and Mullahs to act is to challenge any portion of the book and try to reveal it has no merit or truth. This book provides verses directly out of the Qur’an and it would be a sign of arrogance to try to have people believe other than what the Qur’an reveals.III. One thing, you surely got correct: The Clear and Present Danger of Islam.
“Islam is not a religion but a Dangerous Political Ideology!”
Not that you cannot unify Islam and Muslims with other religions, yet you should really be aware that Islam and Muslims are here to conquer the world and the global population to live under Islam and the Islamic Caliphate.
Terms such as “Moderate Islam” and “Radical Islam” and “Political Islam” and “Reformist Islam” and “Fundamentalist Islam” are all creations of the West. There exists only one Islam and that is the Islam of Muhammad, the true Islam which in its nature is political, expansionist and intolerant of any other ideology.Ginex response:
You are correct Dr. X. I wrote the book to inform people around the world about the looming danger of a Theocratic Empire that has the objective to subjugate all people with their religious dogma.True Islam is Islam of Muhammad, Al Qaeda, Hezbollah, Mullahs and IRI.
Moderate Islam and Muslims are terms fabricated by the Liberals in America and the West. There may be Moderate Muslims but this does not justify Islam to be a Moderate Religion or Ideology of Peace!
Everything you hear about Islam the Religion of Peace is Liberal Western Garbage created by likes of Hussein Obama (Closet Muslim) and Liberals for their own political advancement and benefits!
Islam is a Disease and Muslims are Infected!
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Unfortunate but true. You are correct that Islam is a disease as it motivates Muslims to kill innocent people who do not believe in Allah.“I look forward to being a contributor to your IPC efforts.”
I look forward to read your material and debate you, when time allows. I read all your books in a nutshell, a few pages here or there but I have never read them thoroughly from beginning to the end. This is something that I shall do in a future date, when times allows.
Thank you for your lovely letter. If you decide to join the forum, I will one day debate you in the forum and if you decide to write to me, I will one day read it. That I can promise.
Best wishes and Best of Wealth, Health and Happiness to you
Dear Dr. X, I am honored that you have taken the time to learn more about me and wrote detailed comments that allow me to understand your views and to give my own beliefs additional thought. This is an opportunity to learn from a highly educated man about Persian religious beliefs.
Your conversations with me may stimulate others to think about God not as a Lord above all but simply the Creator and Maker of All there is. Can we make God proud of His creations? Perhaps, someday science, moral behaviour, and a spiritual belief in God can be combined to improve our social outlook and ethical behaviour.
Nicholas P. Ginex