all religon just different sections? 19 replies

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crisissuit3

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#1 10 years ago

well, i found this huge christian fanataics bashing everyone for not being christian. he has called himself jesus's holy warrior and is trying to convert everyone on youtube to be a christain. but what i wondered when i was taking a shower is. are all of these religons just small sections of a bigger religon? since i myself are a christain, i look at it like this. you have, God, then you have his kids jesus, buddha, allah, etc. and they make their type of religon that people must follow to get to whatever good place that is. you know what i mean? PS i hope you could understand this, its pretty late here.




Tas

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#2 10 years ago

It seems a little unlikely, fallowing the rules of one religion will get you into hell in the other.




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#3 10 years ago

You're not refering to SoldierInGodsArmy, are you? :p




Mihail VIP Member

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#4 10 years ago

there all a bigger part to a lesser extent of population control, as in a set guide to morals which help dossil the population, in fear of burning in hell.




Tom_Son

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#5 10 years ago

Well not all religions byt every religion has different "offspring" like protestantism is a based on catholisims and I believe there are many different sorts of Bhudism and Islamism.

The main difference is that we for example call the master being god, in islam it's allah. It's not like different gods are kids of one father god.




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#6 10 years ago

yeah I watched some of his vids just another ignorant Christian zealot it’s best to ignore these fools. If you’re trying to convince people that Buddha and Allah are your Gods "kids" I don't think I've hear such a ridiculous line of though in my life.


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#7 10 years ago

Jesus was never God's son, he's the earthly being of God himself, according to the bible. Nor are Buddha (who was a monk), Allah (which is the arabic word for the one true god, essentially saying that the Christian god and the islamic Allah are one in the same), or Mohammed (who was simply a prophet, similar to Jesus Christ except he wasn't claiming to be the son of god).




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#8 10 years ago
Fetter Zickleinmorder;4366096Jesus was never God's son, he's the earthly being of God himself, according to the bible. Nor are Buddha (who was a monk), Allah (which is the arabic word for the one true god, essentially saying that the Christian god and the islamic Allah are one in the same), or Mohammed (who was simply a prophet, similar to Jesus Christ except he wasn't claiming to be the son of god).

I will point on the flaws in your post. For one thing, the Christian perspective says that God essentially formed his son Jesus. There was no need of a mother, because that's just pointless if you have the power to create and destroy at will. The virgin birth, on the other hand...essentially, Jesus could be said to be a son in that sense. It is somewhat tricky to understand. Allah is derived from a moon god which many of the arabs worshiped before Islam came about




Joe Bonham

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#9 10 years ago

Yes, some religions have a lot of ties and the same origins (Like Judaism, Christianity, and Islam). But there is no conceivable way all of the religions on earth could be part of a larger, overrall religion.




colonel_bob

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#10 10 years ago
Penguin_Unit;4366189Allah is derived from a moon god which many of the arabs worshiped before Islam came about

Um... Actually, Judiasm, Christianity, and Islam all worship the same general God... Thats why they're all called Abrahamic Religions.




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