I have to give some Hindu computer science students here in Dallas a perspective on the existence of the Christian God.
So this is an intersection of the Christian West, the spiritual East, and secular European science.
Science has such high respectability that these students I think are wandering away from the Hinduism of their parents back in India.
It happens once these young people get exposed to the Western universities.
So they leave behind the transcendent. The invisible, the otherworldly.
I have no idea how to persuade them to walk away from Krishna toward Christ, given they are headed now to Richard Dawkins.
Any suggestions about how to lead the conversation?