In other words, do all souls of all religions go to one place, or do they separate and go to their own "heavens"?
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Perhaps as in the ancient saying, "All the Gods are one."? I believe there is truth in this, that the mortal mind sees the face of the Creator in a way that it is best prepared to do so.
I think that it was the brain which had thoughts of dividing into separate religions. When we die, the body and brain are left behind but I figured that the soul & mind came with us. I feel the thoughts are in the brain and the mind is in the sou
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Hmm...very interesting theory.
Yes, I mean will a Christian person who goes to his church ever see his Jewish friend who goes to his church once they pass away. Even though they have their own religions, both of them believe in only one God.
I believe my god Odin will let me out of Valhalla to visit my Muslim, Christian, Jewish, Hindu and other friends in their particular sphere of "heaven". He's just that kind of great guy.
I don't know, Examiner. I don't where I'm going. I don't know where my loved ones are going. I don't know where anyone is going.. I just hope the best for everyone. May God have mercy on our souls.
I do not know which way that I am going except, at this moment in my life, I do not believe that I going towards the fiery pit (whichever direction it is) because I do not drink, smoke, kill,...
Just curious - the thought popped into my head out of the blue this morning.
You speak like you have Heaven for granted. Do you believe you have Heaven for granted?
I believe heaven exists and I believe that those who believe and follow the teachings of Christ will get there. I hope I measure up. I try my hardest.
That is the way that I see it too.
If you replace the word Christ with the word God then you'll have what I believe in.