Question: Jesus is God. Why Present Krishna?
I am a fully committed Catholic and believe in Jesus our God, who is a creator and savior. Why does Lord Krishna appear in your messages?
Answer: Jesus is the Son of Krishna
Lord Jesus never claims that he is the father or the creator. He always presents himself as the subordinate servant of his father, the Supreme Lord. Because he is one in purpose with his father he is called God the Son. But this does not mean that he is God the Father. Krishna declares in the Bhagavad-gita that He is God the Father. So based on the statements of the Bhagavad-gita and the Bible we can understand that Krishna is God the Father and Jesus is God the Son. Indeed the word "Christ" is an etymological derivative of the Sanskrit word "Krishna" and is therefore also accepted as a name of God. Just as we call John, the son of Mr. Smith, John Smith-- Jesus is called Jesus Christ because he is Jesus, the son of Krishna or Christ. In other words Jesus is his first name and Christ is his surname or last name.