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Christensen talks business, God, and Star Wars. In a previously unpublished interview, the management guru explained how his theory of disruption applied to the world of organized religion.

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  • Interesting how Christiansen describes what Mormon faith is. He is absolutely right about there being no conflict between science and religion. The questions of god, creation, life, existence, religion, and faith have been thoroughly argued by the vedic practitioners. There is no conflict between the

    Interesting how Christiansen describes what Mormon faith is. He is absolutely right about there being no conflict between science and religion. The questions of god, creation, life, existence, religion, and faith have been thoroughly argued by the vedic practitioners. There is no conflict between the practice of science and the existence of god in vedas. The questions and the answers to each of aspects are available through the 100+ upanishads (subset of vedas) in their terse poetic and expanded commentary forms. To this day the vedic tradition continues in the ashrams around the world that teach advaita vedanta or non-dual reality (to explain this takes lot more than few words). The word ‘faith’ never occurs even once in all these texts or vedas as a whole. What vedas describe as god is totally consistent with our current theories of physics and chemistry. The school of divinity at Harvard is currently hosting 3 representative vedic practitioners through 1-year fellowship.