About The book

Have you ever wondered if God discriminates against anybody for being a Hindu, a Christian, a Muslim, a Jew or a practitioner of any other faith? IN SEARCH OF THE UNIVERSAL GOD answers this question and many more. It is a self-help guide for people who wish to learn the truth about the REAL God, the God of humankind. Know dear readers that God loves us abundantly and unconditionally, irrespective of the religion we practice. He is not a partisan God. He is the God of all, the God of humankind. This book helps you discover such a God in your own religion by helping you understand the difference between “God the creator” and “creations”.

The goal and purpose of this book is to resolve global religious conflicts amicably and unite humanity into a single spiritual brotherhood.

This book is a step by step guide to discover the God of humankind within our own religion. It takes you on a journey of discovery to find answers to simple questions like:

  • What is the difference between “The Creator” and “creations”?
  • Does God really discriminate against followers of any religion?
  • Why are there so many different religions?
  • What happens to people who do not follow our religion?
  • Who are the “chosen people” of God?
  • What is the purpose of our life?
  • What is the relevance of the 10 Commandments in modern times?
  • Why are old languages dying (Hebrew, Aramaic, Sanskrit, Greek and Latin) even though the races who spoke these languages still survive?
  • What is the definitive way to resolve global religious conflicts?

 
 
 
 

The Author

Vijay Atawane

Student of theology, global citizen, electrical engineer, entrepreneur. His main interest in life Comparative religion, conflict resolution, international trade.

Milestones in the journey of life:

  • Born and raised in a Hindu family, in India.
  • Eleven years of schooling in a Jesuit school managed by Christian missionaries.
  • Engineering studies in Benares Hindu University (Varanasi), Hinduism’s most respected center of religious learning.
  • Earned livelihood for several years in Saudi Arabia, the cradle of Islam.
  • Living in China for close to a decade and discovering every day that even though the vast majority does not believe in God, they too can lead a normal happy life.


Book Review

“ A very well thought out religious written book.""

-Tony R. Parsons

“ A Very Deep, Objective, Scholarly Approach To the Question of a Universal God"

-Fred Wedel

“ One of the best books I have read in a decade."

-R. S.


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