to me utopia is a feeling you get when life is going really well. heaven is a place that people made up to make believing in some god justifiable.
Utopia can never be achieved. It is a level of life whereby everything is in perfect harmony. Heaven on the other hand is promised to all believers in Christ and is attainable if you have faith in Jesus Christ.
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by Cagsil6 years ago
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by Cathy I11 months ago
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by Demas W Jasper3 years ago
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What is the difference between the Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of Heaven?
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