posted on Sep, 5 2021 @ 08:44 AM
a reply to: Claymation213
My religion and it is an insult to call it a religion because it is a BELIEF while calling it a religion is a way of putting my belief into a basket
with a bunch of hocus pocus and false beliefs is called Christianity, you may have heard of it the religion which gave our society it's foundation,
it's morals even though we live today in an increasingly immoral society ruled over by increasingly immoral leaders and becoming ever more dominated
by immoral beliefs of others including those aforementioned false religions.
It is important because it is the religion which taught tolerance even though at times the truth of it's teachings was hidden by those that wanted to
abuse it for power.
It is the religion that taught forgiveness not KARMA like some eastern religions do but forgiveness and redemption that even the worst could become
the best if they turned around and walked the right path.
It explained that without guidance and forgiveness society's are ultimately doomed, that caring about the poor and downtrodden is a duty, that
looking after the elderly and the disabled is also a duty and not merely boon's that get rewarded, that eternity is there for everyone if they just
grasp the hand that is offered and follow and not because they do this or that work, if they grasp that hand the work's will follow and there
salvation is not because of work's but because of forgiveness and a price born of love paid for them on there behalf so in that regard KARMA can be
argued but one more perfect and pure took it for those more imperfect and impure to save them.
So Man or God, well actually both but INSPIRED as in DIVINE INSPIRATION from God and not just any God but the very God that made it all in the first
place is the way I would state it, we do not believe we are perfect, we are saved however by one that is.
So our religion if you want to put it into that basket teaches humility, self sacrifice and honesty but above all those are now why or how we are
saved but by the one whom came to take our place for us and paid our debt that we may be saved.