Ekam Sat, Vipra Bahudha Vadanti! One Truth, Many Paths! Or so that is how they say it is translated. How does hinduism and hindus view the God Yahweh of the Abrahamic Religions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam)? Do they view Yahweh like they view Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, a form of the ultimate reality one God called the the Bhraman? Or do they reject them as following a false God? Also how do hindus view Jesus? Do they view him as Krishna, a man who became a God or messenger of the Bhraman? If so can't any religious man be a hindu? A Christian for example is no different than a Shivite, who follows their messenger of the Bhraman, right? Please explain.