Not EVERY religion tells you that it requires some great amount of faith in some supreme thing...
to "get" it. Have you heard of Buddhism, Thelema, or any number of other religions that don't do that? It is clear the Course on Miracles writer is pretty arrogant really, this shouldn't be a reflection of every religious movement.
I'd leave "Thelema" alone, were I you-but that's neither here nor there. Buddhism. . .you can either believe in a supreme being, or you can be a pantheist, and believe in many gods and/or goddesses. . . or you can be atheist and still be a Buddhist.
Yes. I incorporate many of the Buddha's teachings into my own ministry. New Thought is another spiritual path that will not exclude anyone for not accepting a Supreme Being.
Even I, as a minister, do not accept an outside-type Supreme Being.
Thanks for your comments and question.
We're moving into a new age where you just can't put god in that type of box. God is becoming more personal and people just can't accept the old dogma about some beardy guy in the clouds looking to punish us.
by skybase21 7 years ago
Do you think every religion on Earth has something in common?If so, what do you believe that common ground to be be? (This is more of a general philosophical question and not about any particular religion.)
by Thomas Byers 5 years ago
Would The World be A Better Place With Out Religion?I see all the fighting over Jesus and religion and I often wonder if the world wouldn't be a better place with out religion. After all no one has ever proved that God exists have they? What do you think?
by Skyler DeCristoforo 6 years ago
Does every religion have its own heaven?Or do they share?
by Thought-Provoking 5 years ago
Another question for ya'll, Do you believe that there is only one religion that is right?In other words, is Christianity the only one that is right, or any other religion from that same point of view
by Baileybear 7 years ago
Take the 'science' and outer space doctrines for example:http://www.i4m.com/think/lists/mormon_science.htmDoes christianity sound less weird to me because that's what I was brought up with? Or to an outsider, does every religion, including christianity sound weird?
by pedagog 6 years ago
What is the place of worship in every religion? and what does that name means?at least submit the name of your religious place of worship and meaning of that name if it is not given.
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