Itís a myth that the Major Religions are basically the same
-Robert Fawcett, Author
The Major Religions of the World ....Revisited
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Judaism and other Western views of God are not the only early views of God.

During the Axial age between 800 and 200 B.C. many of the religions of the world came into sharp focus. This is when Confucianism, Hinduism, Buddhism, and even European Rationalism began to take shape and become part of the dominant thinking within each part of the world.

Early Monotheism, which was really post paganism, would become fully clarified and accepted.

During this time humanity was changing. Cities began to emerge, and people were beginning to travel more and be exposed to other cultures and religions. The world as a whole began to view the possibility of a single God. Judaism was no longer in the minority in that opinion.

Early Man Began To Travel and See The World

And as travelers became exposed to other views, the concept of God evolved, and became more pervasive throughout the world. And that continues today.

Still these separate searches for God were not well known to each other. They evolved on their own, and cultures within each region adopted and expanded these beliefs on their own with little knowledge of each other.


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What do the major religions say?

Each are different!

Judaism says there's a God, and the way to him is to fulfil God's will is found most clearly in The 10 Commandments.

Islam says there is a God, and the way to Him is that we must obey Muhammad, and therefore, the discipline of the Koran's teachings.

Hinduism say's there's a God, but we have to go through reincarnation to get to Him, from sub-human form to human form to improve the soul.

Christianity says there is a God, Jesus died on the cross for our sins (he removed that burden from each of us), and he is the way to God.

Buddhism says there is no God.

The other isms have their own twist.

Order our book.  We explain it.  The book is succinct, and gets to the core issues -- the key questions. You do not have to read the entire library to understand the differences among the religions.

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Just remember that when you explore other views of God, you must have a firm understanding of who God really is, ....and that is the purpose of our Special Report, The Case For The Existence Of God, Without A Bible Or Any Holy Book.

 

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