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Question about omnipotence of God

The question assumes the omnipotence of God/Ishwara. It is not clear if Ishwara is omnipotent. In some places, Ishwara admits that He cannot change some things. Bhagavad Gita sadṛśaṅ cēṣṭatē svasyāḥ ...
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Are there any schools of Hinduism which hold that one can be a non-theist and still get Moksha?

Advaita Vedanta is a school which says that only non-theists can attain Moksha. Only Jnana Yoga can take a person to Moksha. Theists can never attain moksha. Attitude to Saguna Brahman Saguna Brahman ...
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Are there any schools of Hinduism which hold that one can be a non-theist and still get Moksha?

Shankhya Arguments against Ishvara's existence According to Sinha, the following arguments were given by Samkhya philosophers against the idea of an eternal, self-caused, creator God:[153] If the ...
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