I think all of them have some truth to them and that is why people should try to learn a little about each one instead of putting them down for one reason or another.
Great point! ;) Very true ;)
Any religion is the truth to it's believers....my beliefs are the truth for me...and your beliefs are your truth....who can say otherwise?
The Jehovah's Witnesses are the finest examples of sedulous Christians and true religion.
For me, Christianity.<br />
What "kind" of Christianity though? Buh! No idea. The NON-religious type?!<br />
I don't believe any one form - Catholic, Baptist, Anglican, 7th Day Adventist etc etc hhave it correct.<br />
I think Jesus wanted us to believe Him and follow His word - not the word of someone's interpretation and possible misguidance for their own purposes.
Honor mother Earth!<br />
Observe seasonal changes<br />
Swill copious amounts of wine... <br />
Whilst running Naked under a full moon and fornicating like "minks in heat" until dawn :) <br />
Oh! <br />
and observe the pagan creed:<br />
Do as ye will, harm none! <br />
*Winks* Unless F-with ,then... OFF with their heads! :-)
As seeker of truth, And if we really seek the truth we have to put aside all preconceived notions, and open our heart….do not let others judge or make a decision for us. <br />
And do not follow (blindly) any information of which you have no (direct) knowledge.(Using your faculties of perception and conception, you must verify it for yourself. (In the Court of your Lord,) you will be held accountable for your hearing, sight, and the faculty of reasoning. " (Quran17:36)
Tibetan Monks seem emulate Christ more than any other people. So that form of Buddhism I suppose.
Religion offers us a way to get in touch with social order of sorts. Social order in treatment of others and self. A person may have difficulties understanding the message of religion/faith yet the teaching of right and wrong. Its begin before governments and psychology. So people who believe have a way of life/ System of life in the self discipline of self. Value of life and teaching of respect. Whether your Jewish, Muslim, Christian, Catholic or Buddhist you believe in the basic principles of good over evil. What is good? Do you treat others are you treat yourself, do might make right or do right make might over unrighteous might.
us someone who been searching since i was about 14 i looked at buddhism hare Krishna hinduism i was also strict muslim in total cover veil etc but i saw lots in the faith to quick to judge other but never try to correct themselves .i think christianity but the catholic for me are the best they practice there faith in a more strict manner
Who's Truth are you asking about? Everybody's Truth is different.
Truth is relative?
What about the statement "Truth is relative." Is that a relative statement? :D
Of course. Unless it is not. ;-)
Everyone would answer with "MINE" so, I could say Catholicism. But I won't.<br />
Everything has some truth, whether a speck, or all. Every religion has some truth to it. But then again, every lie has some truth to it. <br />
We won't know until we leave our Earthly bodies. We won't know until The End. We won't know until Judgment Day. <br />
But no matter how you look at religion, EVERY SINGLE ONE focuses on loving others as yourself, and making the world a better place. Whether you look at Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Paganism, Not-a-real-religion-ism... For now though, just be the best you can be.
Buddhism if we're being loose with the definition of religion, Hinduism if we're not.<br />
The most profound religious sc<x>riptures in the world are Hindu and Buddhist texts. Buddhism and science go together very well for instance.
"MINE" as anyone would say. So far science has seemed most truthful but since 95% is ba<x>sed on dark matter/energy, both unproven, how can its outlook be truthful?
I don't do religion, it's all bollocks, it's just people interpreting life and it's history in a different way.<br />
Total waste of time and energy in my opinion.
Can't say any one is closer than another because they are simply people's ways of trying to find answers to life's great questions, they all require faith, and none have any evidence to back up their beliefs.
Buddhism its emphasis on how we organise and learn to control our emotions and minds in this lifetime makes it valuable to all.
Funny thing about truth... it either Is, or isn't.
None of them. The only one I have any time for though is Paganism.