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WHAT IS THE OLDEST RELIGION? FIRST PEOPLE RELATING DIRECTLY TO GOD?

A core belief of the Christian faith is a personal relationship with God in Christ. We find the early beginnings of the Judeo-Christian faith in Adam’s relationship with God. (1) God was Adam and Eve’s PROVIDER—residence, food, spouse– Genesis 2; … Continue reading

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Are all religions just different paths up the mountain to God?

Are all religions just different paths up the mountain to God? Is a summit conference between these religion leaders/founders plausible? Let’s pretend for a moment that all religions were different paths up a mountain to God. How might that have … Continue reading

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Does the Judeo-Christian God accept or reject other religions? Why are they not acceptable?

 HOW DOES GOD VIEW OTHER RELIGIONS INCLUDING IDOL WORSHIPING RELIGIONS?:  (1) In Isaiah 44.9-20, God’s prophet explains how false religions   came in. Men used the trees God made to carve into idols and fell down before them to worship … Continue reading

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But I Thought all Religions Were The Same?” New Age, Extreme Animal Rights Can Be Traced To India, Hinduism. “Last month the western state of Gujarat raised the maximum penalty for cow slaughter to life in prison from seven years.

“‘Protection of Cows is the single-most important principle towards the whole world from both moral and spiritual degradation,” tweeted Chief Minister Vijay Rupani.” -international newspaper, Sadanand Dhume, April 24, 2017.

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If All Religions Were True . . . ?

  If all religions in the world were true, the world would be like a three-legged chicken with five heads. – adapted from BBN message by Erwin Lutzer. What is truth? Reality resolves issues. Right now some are struggling to … Continue reading

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