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Do All Roads Lead to God?
“People who claim to be ‘spiritual’ but not religious are often struggling to cope mentally…”
“[President Obama] was asked ‘What is sin?‘”
Here was his answer:
‘Being out of alignment with my values.'”
Deepak Chopra and Greg Koukl debate the relevancy of traditional religions
“Mainline Protestants… seemed delighted by the festival…”
“When [people] are asked to [describe] God, they come up with a variety of [self-induced ideas].”
[I wonder if the same people who believe that they can select their own Sovereign and design their own Deity also believe that they can pick their own parents.]
“… he began to feel healthier. He had more energy, stopped snoring, and not only did he lose enough weight to drive down his overall cholesterol and body mass index (BMI), his good HDL cholesterol crept up two points and his blood glucose — despite all that cream filling — dropped 17 percent.“
And, from another post…
“… some of the more liberal [seminary] professors basically sa[y], ‘We can’t believe in things in the Bible, like the resurrection and ascension of Jesus, we can’t believe in the angel world — this is all mythology.’ ”
“… 54 percent of evangelical Protestants said yes, people of religions other than Christianity can go to heaven.”
“… while most call [Christmas] a holy day that is primarily religious, their actions say otherwise.”
“Witherington says Crossan is trying to find a nonsupernatural way to explain Jesus and Scripture…”
“Jesus: A Prophet of Islam”
[Exactly! Why can’t conservatives (including those small-minded “born again” Christians we discussed above) comprehend the simple truth that all religious roads lead to the same Summit of the universe, which Summit we call God?]
“God is the god of all people. Everybody he created on this earth belongs to God.”
“... four out of 10 Americans believe [the biblical] account [of Adam & Eve].”
[That’s just amazing to me considering the fact that nowhere near 40% of Americans identify themselves as “Bible-believing” Christians. I wonder how many of those 40% also believe in the biblical account of Noah’s flood.]
“… 63 percent of U.S. adults incorrectly attributed a 2 Corinthians 4:8 to… Martin Luther King Jr., George W. Bush or Captain America.”
What about mixing Buddhism with Christianity?