What is the true religion? Islam
I would like to know what religion that was favored by God?
None of the above. Religions are for those with primitive minds. There is no "Dog".
The first religion according to the bible was set up with the Israelites, therefore Jewish. Christianaity began with the death of Christ in 33 a.d. and I don't have a clue about the Muslim religion. Christianity for me is the true religion but this is only my choice and feelings.
Why ask others? Even within the specific religions you mentioned (Christianity, Islam, Judaism) people can't agree about what is true. Ask God! The Bible says, "For everyone who asks receives, and the one who seeks finds, and to the one who knocks it will be opened." - Matt 7:8
To determine truth, there is no shortcut, you need to search.
Allow me please to give you a basic outline of parameters for your search.
There are some who compare ancient Egyptian myths and legends with professed Christianity's beliefs. Do not let this confuse you, just prove or disprove for yourself.
1. The Grand Creator, Yahweh/ Jehovah, chose Moses to lead the descendants of Abraham [with whom He had made a covenant] out of bondage in Egypt. Moses was given the task of recording God's thoughts, and the first five Books have been attributed to Moses as 'secretary'.
2. An exhaustive research of the Bible should be done, bearing in mind the manuscripts in ancient Hebrew, Aramaic, and Koine Greek, their transmission and translation.
3. Errors in translation should be known, including notable ones such as 1 John 5:7 [Comma Johanneum], 1 Timothy 3:16; Revelation 1:11. controversial texts should be compared in as many different translations as possible.
4. False teachings, due to the influence of Neo-Platonism should be identified, such as Trinity, Immortality of soul, eternal torment. The inputs of Origen, Constantine, Augustine of Hippo, Lucian of Antioch, and Aerius, should be noted, realizing that none of these were inspired to add or take away anything from what we call the Bible.
5. Understand what is meant at John 6:44, 45; Proverbs 2: 1 to 6; Matthew 7:7, 8; Proverbs 8:13; Deuteronomy 18:18, 19; Acts 3:22, 23; John 12:49.
7. Understand what is meant at John 7:16, 17, 18; Revelation 21:8.
John 8:32; John 4:23, 24; John 17:17; Galatians 5:16, 17, 18, 22, 23.
This displays all the arrogance of the, I am right, you are wrong, syndrome, an attitude that causes conflict. What about Sikhism, Hinduism, Jainism, the Tao, Buddhism (though not strictly a religion, it is a series of moral codes) Shintoism, are you dismissing all those great religions?
The true religion is the one that unites the people on one accord to conquer all other peoples, religions and tongues and convert them to your belief system.
If you can do this then yours is the true religion.
At least that is how the true religions have been established in the past, present and future...
The basics of all religions are same what makes them different is the followers of that religion, if you read all of them you will find out that they ask you to worship one God but they named it differently. Every religion has more over the same style of living and brother hood towards humanity and the one thing I would like to say here that follower of any religion should not abuse any other religion.
But I have read two of the above mentioned religions Christianity and Islam in depth I have found Islam to be the true religion as it has a complete laws of living and all of the recent reseraches about Quran has proved that it is the true word of God and no one has ever be able to accept the challenge of Quran which says "If you think these are not the words of Allah then bring a single sentence of your own as per the standard of Quran"
I hope I have answered your question.
by mosaicman 6 years ago
Why do people of different religions constantly argue which is the the "true" religion?It seems like a never ending cycle. It seems like a war of words. I became caught in it at one time myself. I don't know that anyone will ever win it?
by lovelyjubbly 6 years ago
How do you know which is the true religion?Okay.. as an agnostic, I have the opportunity to chose any religion should I arrive to believe in God.. but, how to chose? If really, I don't know if maybe there are God's of the sea and the air and the sun, or maybe there is just one God. Everyone seems...
by Richard J ONeill 6 years ago
Which of the religions do you think is the true religion? Are the other religions copies?There are so many religions, why is this? Which came first?
by Samantha Waters 6 years ago
How can one religion be the true religion?When each religion has followers that believe that their own religion speaks the truth?
by lovetherain 3 years ago
Do you think Christianity is a rip off of other religions?
by Sharon je 8 years ago
There have been a lot of discussions on Christianity, atheist and Bhudism. Anyone interested to take another look at Islamic teachings? What differentiates Islam, Jews, Christtian and Bhudist? What are most of the conflicts about? What makes someone Godless?
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