Hindu concept of God But first. What is the SCIENCE? Can someone clearly define what is THE SCIENCE? We know that Physics, Chemistry and Biology are Science. Which one of them is THE SCIENCE? Beats every scientist. Fact is none them is THE SCIENCE, but collectively they are manifestations of Science. Science is such a transcendent concept that the more we know about it, the more is found to be unknown, the more we try to define it, the less clear the definition. But the pure Sciences ie Physics, Chemistry and biology can be defined very, very clearly. Par Brahma is such a concept, and is Transcendent, exactly like the SCIENCE. But Brahma [apar], Vishnu and Shiva are Immanent manifestation of the ONE, exactly like Physics, Chemistry and Biology are of the SCIENCE. Each of them is Supreme in a certain context. Each of them supplements and compliments the others. None of them obstructs or works at cross purposes to the others. What about other fields of knowledge? Like geology, astronomy etc? Are they pure sciences? No. They are the sciences that study various natural phenomenon and natural forces. Their laws govern such forces. Each of these fields is true and supreme in its context. Astronomy is not useful in study of volcanoes, nor can climatology explain the black holes. But you do not hesitate to call them sciences [god] in relation to THE SCIENCE [God]. But you balk at my concept of Varun, Lord of Oceans and water bodies. Such concepts are given a name, like Varun, Pavan, Agni etc. They are called devas, mistakenly translated as gods. Take Varun. He governs waters. He works under a certain set of laws, which even he cannot violate. When Rama wanted to Reach Lanka, He was stopped by the wide sea. He prayed to Varun for passage, but was ignored. A golding ignoring the GOD!!. Finally, in anger, Rama declared that He would dry up the seas, and took out a mighty arrow. Then Varun, Ocean personified, came and bowed before Rama. Why he ignored Rama's prayers? Sire, he said, I could not accede to your demand without violating the charter promulgated by you. So why did he come now, was he afraid of Rama's might? Sire, Varun said, your action would have upset the balance of Nature. [Beware of irreversible ecological damages]. So what is the way out? Sire, Varun said, if you build a bridge across the sea, I promise to protect it. PS: What does bible say about angels? Were they created? If so, when? Rig Veda is clear. Devas were created AFTER the world was created.