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Who is right about God and why do you say this: belief, reason, experience, other?


How one lives one's life appears based on religious/spiritual dictates, yet even within the same system there are conflicting applications, even arguments that can lead to rationized killing, subversion, submission. If there is One Beginning and many interpretations, how might each approach contribute toward creating One Unified Image? Is there anything upon which all might agree? For example, My (meaning your) grandchildren are the cutest?

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Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) says

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    Justin Earick 2 years ago

    You sound like me ten years ago. Given quantum chromodynamics, the perceiver is able to effect that which is perceived. But how can people create heaven in their own minds once they are deceased?

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James (Ceegen) says

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    Justin Earick 2 years ago

    You cannot possibly believe every word of the bible. Low hanging fruit - how can each of the four gospels have a different account of whom was present when it was discovered that Jesus' tomb was empty three days after his crucifixion?


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    Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) 2 years ago

    God is above all dichotomy. He disregards nothing. Only those who use literal interpretation (misinterpretation) will see conflict and discord.


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cebutouristspot says

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    Justin Earick 2 years ago

    You're a good christian. Unfortunately, for good christians to exist, we also get the bad who would use their personal (or their pastor's) interpretation of scripture to justify homophobic bigotry, suppression of women & slut-shaming, Zionism...

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Snøwman says

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Josh Makaveli says

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    Justin Earick 2 years ago

    Holy books? I assume you mean the Koran, the Torah, the Book of Mormon, Gnostic gospels, Greek mythology..

    What about the Pastafarian gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster who offers salvation with an after-life of meat-sauce with garlic & parme

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