Do all religion lead ultimately to same concept, or they are different?
There are differences between, say, Islam and Buddism. But all religion postulates a superior force or being behind the scenes. When you say "leads to the same concept," do you mean the afterlife: heaven and Hell, etc? If so, there are many differences between religions who say we return to this world a better or changed being and those who postulate eternal happiness or damnation in some construction of a god or a devil...Bob
Do they all lead to the same concept, no.
Do they all lead to the same god, no.
Yes, they are different.
But at thier core they, all the worlds religions, are perversions of the one true God's religion as given in the Garden, then passed down through Noah, then down through the line of David and given back to us in correct form by the Christ, Yashua.
You should read a book by Alexander Hislop, "The Two Babylons". It is a good starting point to understand the derivation of the worlds religious traditions.
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