Saints need sinners, otherwise they would not be there…………OSHO
I was just reading one Christian theologian's book.
He says God is everything except evil.
This, too, is enough to define.
He says, "All except evil." This much will draw a boundary.
He is not aware, if God is everything then from where does this evil come?
It must be coming from everything.
Otherwise there is some other source of existence besides God, and that other source of existence becomes equivalent to God.
Then evil can never be destroyed, then it has its own source of existence; then evil is not dependent on God so how can God destroy it?
God will not destroy it. Once evil is destroyed God cannot be defined.
To define him he needs the Devil to be there always, just around him.
Saints need sinners, otherwise they would not be there.
How will you know who is a saint?
Every saint needs sinners around him; those sinners make the boundary.
The first thing to be understood is that complex things can be understood, simple things cannot.
A simple thing is alone.