Itís a myth that the Major Religions are basically the same
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I think we all have moments when we have doubts about our religion. This is only natural, and probably indicates that we are truly serious about our spiritual life.  It really is a good thing.

As St. Augustine said... "Doubt is but another element of faith."Compare Religions

But doubt is in not a very comfortable thing. It can tear us up, and lead to depression and deep frustration about our life and purpose. We can't help but wonder ... have I wasted all this time believing in something that wasn't true? Am I believing in a fantasy? Is it all just a cruel joke... on me?

As we look around we seem to see others that believe just as strongly as us, ... but in a very different God and belief system. Can we both be right? Is there really more than one truth? Or is one of us dead wrong?

Could it be me?

Life Is A Journey of Self Discovery

We must remember that above all we are here to learn. God does have a plan for us. But the fact is the mystery of that plan is very hard to swallow sometimes. Confusion and consternation can overwhelm us. Especially when we seem to have to learn the same things over and over again.

Why is it that sometimes it all seems so clear? Truth seems so obvious.

Yet other times we feel like a fool and wonder if our life has been a waste of time.

 

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Join this conversation being held between a professor of a university and a student who said he was an atheist:

PROFESSOR:  "How can you say you are an atheist (meaning, there is absolutely no God) when you agree that you have less than one percent of total knowledge?"

STUDENT:  "I guess I need to say I am an agnostic -- I don't know if there is a God."

PROFESSOR:  "Are you a hard agnostic, or a soft agnostic?"

STUDENT:  "What do you mean?"

PROFESSOR: "A hard agnostic says, 'You can't know if there is a God,' and a soft agnostic says, 'I don't think there is a God."

STUDENT:  "I guess you would have to say I am a hard agnostic."

PROFESSOR:  "Can you be sure that ...you can be sure that there is not a God?  Or, do you know for sure that ...you can't know anything for sure?"

STUDENT:  "No.  I can't say for sure that I can be sure there is no God."

PROFESSOR:  "So, you're really a soft agnostic."

STUDENT:  "Yes, I guess that's true -- I don't know if there is a God."

PROFESSOR:  "You sound to me like a person who is saying, 'I have never seen any evidence that there is a God, so I don't know if there is.' "

STUDENT:  "That's right.  I have never been exposed to any evidence about ...God, ,,,life, ...life after death, ...or the ultimate meaning of life."

And, that is where we must start with the question: Is there sufficient evidence for me to conclude that there is a God, and that I can have a personal relationship with Him?

 

And that is the reason we created this SPECIAL REPORT, The Case For The Existence Of God, Without A Bible Or Any Holy Book.

 

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