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Learning from other religions

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poetofparables

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#3
do you mean reading up on what the other religions teach? or that say a muslim believes this about god and its also in Christianity?
Umm the first, and the second if you end up believing it.
 
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#6
There's no need to learn from other religions.
We have it all in ours.
They need to learn from us.
 
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poetofparables

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Where there is a design, there is a designer.
Where there is a creation, there is a creator.
The problem with that statement is that it's not quantified untill you slide the right God in. Every religious person believes they have the right god, but the fact is at the very least only one is right or if that's not true then none are right.
 
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poetofparables

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The problem with that statement is that it's not quantified untill you slide the right God in. Every religious person believes they have the right god, but the fact is at the very least only one is right or if that's not true then none are right.
I believe my post here is in error, please ignore it.
 
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Really? Just for something like that.
the son died for you. its a gift. the jews teach that one can do torah and be ok with the Heshem. that isn't what the Lord teaches. Jesus said one must believe first then the the good works will come out. while the torah deal by the messianic jews is another topic. so basically, if I deny Jesus I will then be saying that he died for nothing. why would jesus die in a horrible way if it wasn't needed?