When there would be no religion in this world people still would compare each-other and would find enough reasons to argument and even to go fighting against each-other because of the differences in opinion. Also a very big problem is that many persons do have such a high opinion about themselves and their own ideas that they do consider their thought as the best one and want to press it on others.
We always should keep an open mind and allow other ideas to exist next to our ideas and should share the common values in our effort to make together a world worth living in for all beings whatever colour they might have, whatever tongue they make speak, whatever faith may feed their hearts.
Let us also remember what purpleraysblog says:
- Atheists Seek to Dissuade Congress From Taking Oath on Bible (christiannews.net)
An atheist organization is seeking to dissuade new members of Congress from taking their oath on the Bible when they are sworn into office today.
“On January 6, Congress will take the ceremonial oath of office, during which each member will solemnly swear, or affirm, that he or she will ‘support and defend the Constitution of the United States.’ While members are not required to swear or affirm on a specific text, or any at all, many choose to swear on the Bible,” the Secular Coalition of America recently outlined to supporters.
- Atheists Mock Alabama Mayor Who Proclaims God as Owner of Town (blackchristiannews.com)
At a time when some insist God is done with America, one Alabama town is renewing its commitment to Jehovah. Winfield’s government has officially proclaimed that “God is the owner” of the city.
- Loss (treyzguyblog.com)
In the beginning, there was God / God created Man in his own image and gave him free will / Man and free will created religions / Religions created God’s and free will in their own image.
Free will created the God image of Man / Where is God? / What is free will and it’s cost? / Why, is man? / Man has a choice whether to deny or believe in God.
- President God (blogs.timesofisrael.com)
religion pervades every aspect of life so at what point is a politician’s idea too religious?
“When political conflict is religionized, it is absolutized. What in politics are virtues – compromise, the willingness to listen to both sides and settle for less than one would wish in an ideal world – are, in religion, vices. Religion can therefore act not as a form of conflict-resolution but, rather, conflict-intensification.”
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks (To Heal A Fractured World, p9)
Put simply, if you require God’s word to justify a political proposal, then it is invalid at best, and dangerous at worst.
- The Prophet of Islam can endure slander – but can he endure honest examination (renewamerica.com)
In the free world and in the Christian schools and seminaries of the United States are found works that examine every religion and religious leader known to man. It is because we can examine the lives and teachings by which we are guided that we can also avoid spurious, false and dangerous religions and false teachers.
The list is enormous and it is not biased by anything except the desire to compare what emerges as true and what is simply falsehood and potentially dangerous. In schools where the Bible is the guide the scrutiny is even greater. In fact, even Christian leaders come under heavy scrutiny including the Pope. It is not for satire, but for far more serious purposes to wit:
“All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine
- Missionaries at the Door (guardianlv.com)
Most everyone has had contact with missionaries of multiple faiths who come knocking at the door anxious to talk about God and religion. Many are keen to ask them to leave before getting their back history or any sort of personal information. While most have heard about Mormonism and the Jehovah’s Witnesses, many are not aware of the theological basis for their proselytizing and the institutional expectations that drive them.
One of the fastest growing denominations in the country with a current membership hovering around 1.1 million, Jehovah’s Witnesses claim special and unique insight into the Bible and God’s purposes and will for people today. Each member is expected to proselytize on a regular basis. One can find them going door-to-door and two-by-two in any given big city or small town in America and increasingly throughout the world. They bare what they believe is a special message from God.
- Den Tandt: Charlie Hebdo’s new cover is one for the ages (o.canada.com)
Three million copies of Charlie Hebdo were to be distributed worldwide this week, in 16 languages. Late Monday the cover art flashed around the globe in a few minutes. The image has been re-published in this and countless other publications, online and in print. The magazine’s regular run is 60,000.
- Trouble (pttyann2.wordpress.com)
Deep the waves may be and cold, / But Jehovah is our refuge, / And His promise is our hold
- Happy Hanukkah! (hanginoutwithgod.wordpress.com)
I do not hesitate to say, or apologize for saying, that our Christian heritage is in Judaism. If you dig down into our foundations deeply enough, you discover the Jew. That is not only a spiritual truth, but also a historical fact. Jesus was a Jew—100%, full-blooded, full-fledged Hebrew.
- This Is What God Looks Like, According To Different Religions Around The World (viralnova.com)
This is easily one question that people obsess over during the course of lifetimes. No one can really prove this for certain, but there are people who are 100% certain that there is or is not, in fact, a God. One thing that always piques people’s curiosity is what a God would look like.
There have been numerous depictions and descriptions of what the Creator would look like. Here are some of the more popular theories of The Almighty One.
“The problem arises when we say, ‘Our religion is right; yours is wrong!’ This is like saying, ‘My mother is good; yours is a prostitute!’ Love and compassion are the very essence of all religions. What, then, is the need for us to compete?”
-Amma (Mata Amritanandamayi)