I do not believe that there is only one path, and I do not believe that all paths lead to the same place.

I respect anyones beliefs as long as they know why they believe them. That, in my opinion is the most important point.

Why are you a Christian, a Buddhist, a Pagan, an Atheist? Why do you value what you hold dear? If your answer is anything but "Well, my parents were this way so I guess I am too" then I can respect your beliefs and values, even if they are different that mine-

and I expect the same from you.

silvermoon silvermoon
4 Responses Oct 25, 2007

If the path is very generalized one path might work. Can you describe the one path?

why do you think that? Not all religions are about "God". it's very limitings to think they are because you lose perspective and will often fail to understand some religions

one of the things i like about the episcopal branch of the Christian church is that it encourages questioning, thinking outside the box, etc. it emphasizes that God gave us our minds and pesonalities for a reason and we should use them both. i appreciate that after having previous experiences where any way except THEIR way was WRONG.

I don't understand people who never question thier own beliefs. Just go with the flow? That, to me, seems a completely alien way of thinking