Prabhupāda: So then where is Christian?
Guest (3): Well, the Christian world that the majority of the people think is...
Prabhupāda: Majority is not the calculation. Minority. If one person carries out the order of Christ, then he is Christian.
Guest (3): Exactly.
Prabhupāda: Otherwise they are not Christians.
Guest (3): That's right. But I just wanted to say one thing...
Prabhupāda: Our principle is that if one person carries out the order of God, he is actually the prophet. If he does not carry out—simply by dress he is prophet—it is useless.
Guest (3): I see. All right. We have a little different feeling about that.
Prabhupāda: Why it should be different?
Guest (3): Well, we would...
Prabhupāda: If you (are) actually the servant of God, you must carry out the orders of God. There cannot be difference. If there is difference, that means you are no longer servant of God.
Guest (3): Well, we feel that God has always had prophets and called them Himself, as he called Mike Aran.(indistinct)
Prabhupāda: But how the prophet can disobey the original orders of God or Christ?
Guest (4): How can a prophet disobey? We don't.... A prophet doesn't disobey. We believe that the prophet at the head of our church, Spencer W. Kimble, speaks with God...
Prabhupāda: That's nice.
Guest (3): And he conveys His messages on to us as church members and on to the rest of the world.
Prabhupāda: My point is.... Just like the two points here: chastity and nonviolence. But this is not being carried out.
Guest (3): Well, we agree.
Prabhupāda: Then where is the prophet and where is the followers?
Guest (3): Well, see, the prophet is teaching the people about this and teaching them to live it.
Prabhupāda: That means people are not obeying the prophet.
Guest (3): Well, people are. We are.
Prabhupāda: Then how it is said that.... How they are killing animals? How the women are unchaste?
Guest (4): All people aren't following the prophet. All people in your belief aren't following you completely.
Prabhupāda: That is very nice. My point is that if we follow God—God's message is carried by prophet, and prophet if obeyed by the people—then the religion is in order. Otherwise it is a bogus religion.
Guest (3): Well, I think we would agree there.
Prabhupāda: We must follow; then it is all right. We don't follow, and still we rubberstamp, "I am Christian. I am this. I am that." This is the disease.
Guest (3): Would you agree that Christ is the greatest master of all?
Prabhupāda: Oh, yes. We accept him as our guru.
Guest (3): What is the...
Prabhupāda: Guru means prophet, yes.
Guest (3): What about a savior?
Prabhupāda: Savior? Who saves the followers from the danger of materialistic way of life, which means transmigration of the soul from one body to another.
Guest (3): Do you believe in a resurrection?
Prabhupāda: Resurrection? What do you mean actually? But it is a fact that one, the soul, is changing from one body to another.
Guest (4): That's what.... We agree.
Prabhupāda: Yes. Just like you are young man. You had a body of a child. That child's body.... You remember that you had a body of a child, but that body is no longer existing. But you remember; therefore you, the owner of the body, is existing. Otherwise how do you remember, "I had a body like, like this," measurement? But that body is no longer existing, so you are remembering. So you are the owner of the body. Just like you have now black coat. Say after two days you may put on another color coat, but you remember that "I was putting on one black coat on that day." So you are existing; the coat is changed. Similarly, the soul is existing; the body is changed. Therefore it is natural that I am old man. When I change this body, I get another body. This is resurrection, if you say.