Spirit Soul: Eternality of the Soul

                                                                  Q. In Bhagavad-gita (1.32-35), Prabhupada mentions "At that point he (Arjuna) did not know that Krsna had already killed them before their coming into the battlefield...". My question is, if the soul is indestructible and if Bhisma and Dronacarya were physically present on the battlefield then what did Prabhupada mean by saying 'Krsna had already killed them'?

                                                                  Q. I have been wondering about a lot a issues related to religion. I wonder if you can help me find some answers and direction. I sometimes feel confused. Knowing that we are going to die, what is the point of living?

                                                                  [NOTE: This question was presented by a 13 year old. The language within the answer has been chosen accordingly.]

                                                                  Q. God created evil and good. If He was as merciful as he is supposed to be, then why create evil at all, put marginal souls in a vulnerable position, and then punish them when they sin? Why create us at all? If there was no existence, there would be no karma and no consequences. Did God create all of us for His entertainment?

                                                                  Q: What divides animals and humans in Hinduism? How are animals perceived in Hinduism? Are they treated differently?

                                                                  Q. Will there be always some souls for in this material world or will there be a moment in eternity when there won't be any material world. For I heard that for the ompleteness of Lord Krishna there is need for material world.