The concept of God- Similarities in Bhagavad Gita ,Bible and Islam

Similarities in the concept of God in Bhagavad Gita ,Bible and Islam
Similarities in the concept of God in Bhagavad Gita ,Bible and Islam

The concept of God in Bhagavad Gita ,Bible and Islam

God is described in all religions as the almighty supreme and eternal. Interestingly the concept of God is quite similar in Gita,Bible and Qur’an.

Bhagavath Gita

God is described in Bhagvad Gita as Unborn, and never begotten. Bhagavath Gita Chapter 7 Verse 24 says: “Unable to comprehend my imperishable, exalted and supreme state of being; the spiritually deficient regard Me, the unmanifested coming into existence.”

Bhagavath Gita Chapter 7 verse 25 says: “I am not manifest to everyone, being veiled by My illusory potency in the external energy. The ignorant in this world cannot understand Me, the unborn and imperishable”.

God is Unborn and not-Begotten,God never dies, all honor and glory to God forever and ever. He is eternal, the unseen one who never dies; he alone is God.

The Holy Qur’an describes:

He is Allah, [who is] One, Allah, the Eternal Refuge. He neither begets nor is born, nor is there to Him any equivalent. (Al-Ikhlas 112:1-4)


Jesus has never claimed to be “God”. There is not a single statement in the Bible where Jesus (pbuh) says, “I am God” or where he says, “worship me”. The study of Christian scriptures reveals that Jesus (pbuh) never claimed divinity. In fact he preached quite the contrary. The Bible contains statements attributed to Jesus (pbuh) support this stand. The following statements in the Bible are attributed to Jesus Christ (pbuh):

(i)”My Father is greater than I.”
[The Bible, John 14:28]

(ii) “My Father is greater than all.”
[The Bible, John 10:29]

(iii) “…I cast out devils by the Spirit of God….”
[The Bible, Mathew 12:28]

(iv) “…I with the finger of God cast out devils….”
[The Bible, Luke 11:20]

(v) “I can of mine own self do nothing: as I hear, I judge: and my judgement is just; because I seek not my own will, but the will of the Father which hath sent me.”
[The Bible, John 5:30]


Conclusion: God never manifested as a man or ghostly spirit,if he ever did then everyone from the creations would have seen him and known him. For example, if a person who lives among people is God, then both righteous and sinners have seen God, both devils and unrighteous could see God and certainly in the” Vision of God” lies Salvation.

Hence exaggerating pious Saints and Prophets as God is certainly a form of wickedness and  the work of Satan. One should never exaggerate another creation as God.

The concept of God in Bhagavad Gita ,Bible and Islam is very much similar .All the major religions guide to one supreme God.

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