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What is meant by the scripture quote: "all paths (roads) lead to the kingdom of heaven"


 

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    JThomp42 4 years ago

    AMEN!!!!!


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    d.william 4 years ago

    U R closest 2 the truth so far. there R many paths 2 follow but all end with a return 2 our spirit world.There is not only 1 path 2 follow. Religions mislead 2 control their followers.God does not turn any part of itself away from home. fear controls

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    d.william 4 years ago

    Although terse, that was exactly my hopefully intended answer to this question.

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    d.william 4 years ago

    God lives inside everyone's head. We cannot embrace a mistaken belief that only one human can absolve all sin. Only God can do that and he lives in all of us. God is not a religion


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    Insane Mundane 4 years ago

    Bible? It still has to be translated, re-translated, re-translated from the translation from the translation, and so on, from Hebrew to Greek to the King James version - and we even have modern day English versions, nowadays, etc., so, uh, yeah...


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    d.william 4 years ago

    "small is the gate." meaning following God's path, not any human's perception of God. These texts R translated incorrectly 2 narrow 1's view of religion 2-1's birthright version. God is not 1person. our 2 literal views need 2B broadened.


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    d.william 4 years ago

    This is a great fairytale meant 2 frighten & control. There is no evidence that any of this is truth, just the words of ancient superstitious, frightened people. Time 2 move into the present & leave the past where it belongs. Love takes us f

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    d.william 4 years ago

    John 1:1, 14 " In the beginning was the Word, & the Word was with God, & the Word was God. And the Word was made flesh (Adam+Eve), & dwelt among us." (God dwells within all men)


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    d.william 4 years ago

    from the new testament: Jesus said:.....


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