One’s knowledge of God is limited by one’s capacity to understand him – Dr S Radhakrishnan



One’s knowledge of God is limited by one’s capacity to understand him.

The aim of the reformer should be to cure the defect and not criticize the view.

Error is only a sign of immaturity. It is not a grievous sin.

The Hindu method of religious reform helps to bring about a change not in the name but in the content.

When the pupil approaches his religious teacher for guidance, the teacher asks the pupil about his favorite God, Ishtadevata, for every man has a right to choose that form of belief and worship which most appeals to him. The teacher tells the pupil that his idea is a concrete representation of what is abstract, and leads him gradually to an appreciation of the Absolute intended by it.

– Dr S Radhakrishnan