CAN YOU READ.!!!! There are many religions on this earth. Why can't we have one GOD.?
Belief in any God is wonderful. I pray for this world. May my God bless you. And I hope you pray for me tooo. Why are Islamics wrong in the eyes of Christans and vice versa. I
There is only one God, people have different names for it... It's interpretations of the same entity.
We have many Gods because we have many religions. No one organized the people and told them to start their religion from the same God. The Romans were very comfortable with the fact that other people had their own Gods. We now seem to have the need to convince everyone that our God is the right God. If you believe that your God is almighty then he or she doesn't need your help to win friends and influence people. We don't have to push our beliefs on others.
agree with all of that every religions lead to only one god.singular only ,Iam Islamic my self and we are never though need to kill other people who have more then one god,
We do have just one God. He is our Father in heaven, and also the Father of Jesus Christ.
I have a hard time understanding why people feel the need to believe that there is more than one GOD. Using a logical argument if any one believe in GOD they should know that there can only be one. I will ask for you patience and to follow what I am... read more
Religion is the greatest weapon of Lucifer! Division! What religion WAS Jesus Christ? A house divided will always fall. Unified front? PLEASE! Humans all lose when it comes to ORGANIZED religions. Every religion KNOWS that only IT is right! What is wrong with THAT scenario? Peace.
"There are many religions on this earth. Why can't we have one GOD.?"
Because we don't have just one brain. If we had a hive mind, the queen would pick our deity and the rest of us would go along with it. Humanity just isn't built that way.
If one accepts Judaism, Christianity, or Islam it makes perfect sense that there is one God. But what if you don't? I read, 'Hear, O Israel: The LORD our God is one LORD' and I think, "I'm not Israel. The LORD your God is not my God. But thanks just the same." I'm supposed to accept this God because your book says so, and the book is the word of god because the book says that, too. Um? No. And this same book also says to put no other god before God, suggesting that there are indeed other gods. What if I get along better with one of them?
"Why are Islamics wrong in the eyes of Christans and vice versa."
Because each group believes itself to be right. And if you're right, those who come along with a different answer are generally viewed as wrong.
We do have one God,reason why we have many religions its because of our world views of who God is,or ignorance of a true God
there are only one, (the journey to reach your origin dimension)
Even before the rise of Monotheism, there have been conflicts between people of different faiths.
But especially in the last few thousand years with the rise of Judaism, Islam and Christianity the ante got upped.
If you already believed in Zeus, Hera and a host of other gods up on mount Olympus, and some stranger came along talking about some other god, it was easy enough to just mentally add him to your already-large pantheon of belief.
Monotheism created the idea of "one true god," which suddenly made all those other gods false.
Today there are many like you Jae, from all faiths, who look at any and all religion, and see them all as just different names and faces on the same entity, kind of an 'all roads eventually converge' kind of religious view.
Of course there are factions from virtually all faiths who, sometimes violently, do not accept other faiths whatsoever.
I don't really have an answer, just wanted to share my background view, and say that it'd be a better world if more people didn't mingle their hate with their religion.
Why can't we have one god he asks?
You do have one god - the Devil and he is the only solitary god, the god of this world, and he is the god of all religions, including blasphemous Islam and Judaism and the satanic Christian Religion.
The Godhead is two - a duality - The Father and The Son. There is no other Godhead and yes they are number one (none above) and they are one in thought and deed - totally likeminded, but still two beings.
The Son sits at the right hand of The Father in heaven - TWO GODS, NOT ONE.
Following The Lord Jesus Christ is not religion - period.
Because not everyone could get together on the day that they were comming up with the story.
Because all religions are nothing but fragmented projections of the ego, which doesn't understand itself, nor its role in the process we call "creation".
Together, we can solve any problem! Together, we can achieve a life without problems. Right? The devil divides people so that people suffered. I live in the Republic of Belarus. All I have is $ 300. I agree to give you everything I have. I agree to give you my life if you will invent one religion for all people! 15 years ago I invented this religion «religion of happiness» but all Belarusians call me - crazy.
by Kiss andTales 6 years ago
There are so many religions in the world and yet there are those who believe in nothing but themselfs, and yet those that believe in God live as though they dont believe , just by the way they live, and the things they say! when really they want others to believe in them and give there word...
by ankandhk 15 months ago
Why God made too many religions and different beliefs in the world?
by Neil Coulson 4 years ago
If there is only one God, why are there so many religions?
by And Drewson 7 years ago
Many religions talk about being righteous.How does one know if they are "righteous"?
by Astralrose 5 years ago
What kind of a person a person who claims that the god/s of all religions is/are same?Does he really believe it or he's just saying it to be safe?
by Michele Travis 5 years ago
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,...
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