The different sects of Christianity , Muslims ,and Jews all worship the one God and have all these different interpretations about him ?

by smiddy3 3 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • smiddy3

    These 3 religions with all of their sects profess to worship the One True GOD with their different names for him ,different doctrines , different interpretations along with their different books concerning him .

    The Bible , Christianity has over a Billion and more believers ,

    The Talmud , The Jewish faith Believers ?

    The Koran , Islam has over a Billion and more believers .

    And this has been going on for thousands of years yet GOD has remained silent and never tried to set matters straight or to sort out any truth as to any of their claims.

    Why do you think this is so ?

    Does GOD have any right to judge any human for not worshiping him in the way he wants ?

    Does GOD have any right to judge any human who doubts he even exists ? given his lack of clarification as to who or what religion is even right ?

    And if none of them........ then what ?

  • Rivergang


    Well put!

  • WTWizard

    All three of these are curses on mankind. And all three of those literary pieces of trash are rubbish, all intended to bring the whole planet down into slavery. And, as I have seen with the mandatory torture shots supposedly to protect against a "disease" that is about as dangerous as a simple bee sting, it is working.

  • truth_b_known

    Divine truth is static. Belief is dynamic.

    Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are religions with a personal god, a creator. The same personal god and creator. However, it seems every so many centuries the goal posts get moved. Once you had hundreds of laws to follow and animals sacrifices to make to atone for breaking those laws. Then you had to accept one man who is either God incarnate as a human or the heavenly son of that God as your savior and follow his teachings. Finally, you had to follow the teachings of the final prophet of that same god and all that matters is you pray when your supposed to. So, three formulas for salvation (happy eternal existence) that are all different and conflicting, but one god. So, do those who lived and died faithfully under one set of "truths" still get their reward when the rules changed?

    As far as the "right to judge" one must look at the definition of the word "right" under this context -

    Right, noun: a moral or legal entitlement to have or obtain something or to act in a certain way. A power or privilege that is recognized by law or tradition.

    No one if given a right. Laws can only recognize a right. As such, can one give oneself a right?

    Is it moral to create a conscious living organism to give it a choice to either be a slave and worship you or be destroyed or worse, be eternally tortured?

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