Ishvara or God: The Absolute Truth

                                                                  Q. The end of purport to SB 6.1.1 reads - "Yogis, however, instead of directly going to the spiritual world, sometimes want to see other planetary systems. ...At the time of dissolution, Lord Brahma, along with all the inhabitants of Brahmaloka, goes directly to the spiritual world."
                                                                  I have doubts here.

                                                                  Q. Is it limiting, on an absolute level, when one claims an exclusive name/form as being the highest realization of Godhead? In other words, once someone says the highest can only be this, it seems to impart a restriction on God based on the condition of the particular consciousness (of that individual).

                                                                  Q. 1. How can we understand the Absolute nature of Lord Sri Krishna? What do we mean by "Absolute Truth" and in what sense is Lord Sri Krishna the Absolute Truth? This question came to my mind when I overheard someone saying that all qualities in the material world are relative, i.e. to say someone is tall doesn't suffice because a person considered tall in India would be considered average height in USA.

                                                                  Q. 1. There are still people (at least in India) who believe God is impersonal and say that devotion is just a stepping stone for realizing the Supreme Truth which they say is actually impersonal.

                                                                  Q. Is there a way to answer atheists who rely on the rules of argument when they refute the existence of God? Atheists say that theists resort to:
                                                                  Ad hominem, Straw Man, Red Herring etc
                                                                  when trying to prove God's existence.
                                                                  (Editor's note: The dictionary defines these terms as follows:
                                                                  ad hominem --- appealing to feelings or prejudices rather than intellect; being an attack on an opponent's character rather than by an answer to the contentions made.