The study of religion opens minds to profound questions and impressive poss ibilities of culture and beliefs. I believe in God and the biblical existence of good and evil … l believe proving God’s existence in an imperfect world is far more difficult than provin g the absolute existence in good and evil in an imperfect world. The absolute creativity Of today’s society seems to be quite brainwashing? It dictates you how to live, how to think, even what to eat and what is morally ri ht?
Just because the majority of society accepts a certain thing the world feels it is oka Y, it’s almost like monkey see! Monkey do; and after the damages are done whether right o r wrong it boils down only to well maybe that was not the right thing to do. It’s human n ature to accept change, but change is only something that the bible says “There’s noth ing new under the sun” Ecclesiastes Chapter 3. Why do people make Christian’s feel like bei ng a Christian and serving a high power such as God, Creator of all mankind is only a religion that brainwash its followers.
In reality Christianity is shun but all other religion s are accepted without even understanding the theories of its doctrines or principal truths . You can’t just say anything with no proof just by the way you feel. The study of Go d’s true religion opens minds to profound questions and possibilities of all cultures a nd their beliefs, all race and nationalities are accept and receive in Christianity belief, b elieving in One God, One Faith, and One Baptism; I believe in God and the existence of g ood and evil… believe proving His existence in an imperfect world is far more difficult t han roving absolute truth of the existence of good or evil in an imperfect world. Religion, Ch ristianity the True Faith of God Almighty Creator of the Heavens a nd Earth, serves a higher purpose of your true existence in an imperfect world: the bibli cal truth according to the Word of God will show all humanity the right way of living life and at the same time we have that choice to follow Christ or not.
We’re not brainwashed to think that a religion is the true path, we decide for ourselves through our own choice by studying God’s Word which is God’s Truth he gives to all who desires to truly know him According to the Word of God “when you seek God with all your heart you will most defi nitely fi nd. ” (Jeremiah 29:13). “It is merely your choice to Study to show thyself approved u nto God, a workman that need not be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth” (2 Tim othy 2: 15).
The true religion of God does not forces you to conform to what they believe could be seen as brainwashing. however, if you give someone who has no religion and let hi m/her chose for his/ herself with no pressure, then its not brainwashing it’s a personal choice. Chil dren ho are brought up with parents who have a certain religion tend to follow th e same thing as their parents, whether it’s because they want to or whether it’s to just be a ccepted is another thing in itself.
The things one does in a religion has a theological reas on, illogical or not, there should be a biblical fact behind all spiritual truths. Brainwashing is very forceful and usually a diabolical purpose behind it it’s often brutal and is done to hide a factual truth. This widespread religion of brainwashing has nothing to do with people who find true Christianity and the Power of God Almighty. People who are brainw ashed are forced to believe something other than what they originally thought to be a fa ctual truth.
Christianity does not work that way at all. More than onequarter of American adults (28%) have left the faith in which th were raised in favor of another religion or no religion at all. If change in affilia tion from one type of Protestantism to another is included, 44% of adults have eit her switched religious affiliation, moved from being unaffiliated with any religion t o being affiliated with a particular faith, or dropped any connection to a specific religi us tradition altogether. Findings and Statistics on Religion in Americ a) The followers of every religion will say that their religion is best. Quite naturall Hindus will say Hinduism is best; Muslims will say that Islam is best; Jews will s ay that Judaism is best; Christians will say Christianity; Daoists will say Daoism; and so Although based on different theology and different gods, all religions teach hi gh moral values.
Usually, the best religion for a person to follow, if he or she wishes to practice a religion, is the religion in which gives you a definite understanding of who you are and y ur divine purpose as why you are here “Your very existence” of you true reality of und erstanding basic spiritual truths instead of mere myths. The best religion to put your faith in, is for you, a matter of conscience of who you are and why are you who you are. If one is on a spiritual quest to find God or spiritual solace of any kind, one must follow the heart.
Perhaps you have already done some spi ritual readings or experimentations. In the end you must make the choice as to what you feel fulfills your spiritual needs or destiny. That may mean following the beliefs of any one spi itual group or following the teachings of many, in which case you will be following a “pers Onal spiritual path”. This is a lone and often lonely path. Just as there is no best oce an, best element or best blade of grass…. some things just cannot be compared.
The best religion for you is the one that makes your soul sing, like I like to say. I personally believe that God, the Creator of All That Is, is too vast for a human mind to co mprehend. So, He will come to any given individual in a form which the individual will und erstand best. And IF the individual is willing to listen to God when He speaks, then the person will naturally drift to a spiritual/ religious truth and a path that will surpass all other paths that will enable them to “hear” The Divine Voice of Their Creator, God Almighty.
T he bibles says that “All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doct rine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness,” (2 Timothy 3:16). “Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the wicked, nor sta nds in the way of sinners, nor sits in the seat of scoffers; but his delight is in the law oft e Lord, and on his law he meditates day and night.
He is like a tree planted by streams of water that yields its fruit in its season, and its leaf does not wither. In all that he does, he prospers. The wicked are not so, but are like chaff that the wind drives away.