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Why are there so many religions, when there is only one God?


The major religions on this earth are Christianity, Muslim, and Judaism. If you go back into the old testament Genesis 16 A'bram who later became Abraham was the father of both Ishmael, (from whom Muslims came), and Issac, (from whom Judaism came). Christianity came from Jesus who was born Jewish. There is only one God, and we are all His children, why do people hate other people, because they belong to another religion?

 
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    Michele Travis 4 years ago

    The United Nations has a church. A church that is supposed to bring all together. http://www.unitednationschurch.org/locations.html

    Very interesting comment.


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    Maggie Bennett 4 years ago

    Fabulous answer!


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    Michele Travis 4 years ago

    Thank you for your answer. It makes a lot of sense.

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    Michele Travis 4 years ago

    Sometimes, well this is what I think, is that people fight war, they say it is for God, but it is not. In the past it was for land etc. Now it is for oil, or hate. They say it is for God, but it is not. Saying it is for God is a sin.


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    Michele Travis 4 years ago

    Thank you very much for your answer. I agree with you very much.

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    Michele Travis 4 years ago

    No, that is not so bad. The name "Him" When we are praying, He does know we are praying to Him. Well, at least it is what I believe. Even if we use the word God, or Jehovah. And you are right about hate based on ignorance. Thank you.

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    Michele Travis 4 years ago

    Thank you Oscarlites that makes so much sense to me. We should help others, we should serve God and not just ourselves. Love, not hate. There is so much hate in the world today. That is not God's fault, it is our fault.

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    Michele Travis 4 years ago

    That is pretty much what my question was about. There is only one God, and we are all His children.


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