Isn’t it scary that different religions try to claim a monopoly to truth?
How does a Christian feel if he/she meets an equally fanatical Muslim?
Do you realise how similar some of your arguments get and how eerie that both sides are equally convinced that the other is wrong and doomed to hell?
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If Christian Trinity God is the One True God, He will subdue all the world, why should Christians fear criticism or disminicration? And if Muhammadan Allah is the One True God, why should Muslims also fear? I think anybody believing in the One True God, he should prove God’s omnipotence by showing selfless love to all people without fear of any opposition. Our doubt is a proof that we have no true faith in God.
Truth never belongs to those who claim monopoly to it. Truth must be naturally truth to all people.
Praying that all men will soon realize the truth revealed by the Messengers of the One True God and cease to cherish division like people in the past due to the natural and human barriers.
In other words, religion doesn’t matter as long as we remain good i guess…
but sadly this is usually not the case.
New Addition For This Post
Religions are divine schools. In those schools all good things are defined, taught and practiced. Thanks to this love of God, we have the Hebrew, Christian, Islamic… civilizations. But not all the believers of these religions have learned and practiced properly their divine teachings, so people of other faiths and cultures become allergic about their words; especially when they claim monopoly of truth!
Now, we have the Torah, the Bible, the Quran, easily and freely accessible on the Internet, so we can read and practice them by our own understanding and willingness. We do not depend on any organizations or individuals.
We are thankful to God for providing to us the UN and the Internet, so from now on we can have good means and support to make independent investigation of truth for ourselves, without being affected by traditions, imitations or false interpretations of the priests as in the previous millennia.
I am happy to invite you to various gatherings in the World Interfaith Harmony Week which will be held in all countries of the world to exchange views with other people and to contribute your act of love for a better world.
The more conscious and profound preparation we make for this occasion, the better we will have the fruit of love, harmony and peace.