Which religion do you believe that you'll never join and why
I welcome them all! In this day and age we can take something from each belief and learn from it for our own benefit.
To a degree I agree with satice_j. I think there are things on a personal standpoint that can be learned. The peace of the eastern religions, the dedication of the middle east religions, etc. But the on,y religion I would or will ever follow is Jesus.
I would never become a Johovah witness. only because i do not agree with one of their beliefs..that being not to have blood transfusions.. any body who would rather let their child die instead of giving them a chance to live through a transfusion just is not sane in my opinion..I would always put my children first no matter what my beliefs.
I will never join satanism, or occultism, or any religious or occult movement whatsoever that is of dark aspiration and practices human offerings and sacrifices.
While atheism isn't exactly a religion, I definitely would never be able to believe as atheists believe. To not believe in a greater power seems crazy to me.
I would never become Catholic. God told us to never have another god before him, to worship no other, and the Catholics pray to saints.
I would never become Muslim because they worship a fake God and they believe blowing themselves up will get them a place in heaven.Cobrien you are so wrong.I would love to wring your neck.What you said is not true one bit.So your telling me the catholic faith is the worst out of all these other religions because we pray to saints who have helped us through out life.Also that means if we pray to saints we all go to hell because there not God.What planet did you come off of.Also whats you religion?
For me, all religions are one. They are different in names, but their teachings are same. Who I am to say I will not adopt this religion. May be that will not adopt me. For me religion is a medium to do good deeds, in fact each and every religion of world inspire for this. So why should we discriminate that our religion is good and others' are bad. All religions are good, it is our mind and attitude that decide our opinion about not only religion, but anything.
So change yourself, not to religion.
I think it's vital that you understand a religion and the context of its beliefs and practices eg. "Catholics pray to saints" and "Muslims blow themselves up". Making generalisations about a religion that you have little or no understanding of leads to conflict.
I was raised in a Catholic family and was amazed when I left home to find many people, who were not Catholics, making statements about Catholicism - a religion they had no first hand experience of, yet felt very righteous and confident and all-knowing about all things Catholic. Truly a miracle that they knew so much!
Islam cops a fair bit of abuse and yet I'm pretty sure the vast majority of commentators know virtually nothing about Islam.
I think understanding and accepting that we all march to the beat of a different drum and must find our way while respecting each others' differences is a vital step towards a happier world.
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