This is a story of offense. It's about whether all religions are equal, about how the claims of Christianity offend our sensibility, and how gravity does not compromise! It's also a story of taking responsibility ahead of that one small step into eternity.
First, let me begin with the assumption that, if you're seriously reading this, then you agree that we are more than mere atoms, more than the molecules, cells and physical existence - we have a soul. That old topic which comes before, “does God exist”, is very interesting and important, but it's not for here. Now we want to explore the questions of:
- Does it matter what religion you follow?
- Do all roads lead to God?
- Is it enough to just be “spiritual”?
- Is a good life all that's expected of me?
- Or more fundamentally, does any of it really matter?
Second, I am not going to give you a canned answer. I want to explore the elements of the issue, and the responsibility for the conclusion lies with you. Of course I'll end with what I personally have concluded, but this is mainly about a division of labour: I'll talk, you think.
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