SOME PEOPLE TAKE THE BIBLE LITERALLY?

Do some people take the bible too literally?

Asked By: IMAGINATIONATWORK 36-40  20 minutes ago

Posted by Me Jan 22nd, 2014 at 6:17PM

I am one of them.
I did not understand the story of Adam and Eve, the resurrectiion of Christ, the end of the world…, until the time I read the interptation of Christ at His return. Yes, only the Holy Spirit can open man’s mind to His ancient and creative Word.
Various Christian denominations have made good study of Christ’s prophecies and got the date of His return due in 1844, but not many individuals have come to His new education.
All religions have promised about the return of their Founders, but believers deny Them at Their appearances!
We are fortunate to live in this digital Age that all Holy Books are accessible to our mature minds. It is hopeful that true believers will make independent investigation to see their Promised One.
As a Buddhist I am thankful to God for allowing me to meet Maitreya Buddha. The New Buddha omnisciently teaches me the truth about One God, One Religion and One Mankind. I meet friends of various religious backgrounds in this new Faith.
Sakyamuni says that He is not the first or the last Buddha. He is all Buddhas.

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New Addition For This Post

Abdul-Baha says:

In point of fact, there are Baha’is everywhere, not only in Mohammedan countries, but also in all the countries of Europe, as well as in the United States, Canada, Japan, India, etc. This is because Baha’u’llah has known how to transform Babism into a universal religion, which is presented as the fulfillment and completion of all the ancient faiths. The Jews await the Messiah, the Christians the return of Christ, the Moslems the Mahdi, the Buddhists the fifth Buddha, the Zoroastrians Shah Bahram, the Hindoos the reincarnation of Krishna, and the Atheists – a better social organization!

(Abdu’l-Baha, Tablets of Abdu’l-Baha v1, p. vii)

HAIKU

Holy Spirit tells

Sacred prophecies to man

And interprets them

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