- Oct 26, 2011
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.It's a pretty disingenuous argument to say that different perceptions of God means different Gods. As near as I can tell, there are no religions that believe in multiple gods. I certainly don't believe that people of other faiths are worshiping a different God. I think the only people who think that are really arguing there is no God. So that argument seems almost like an admission that they have no good argument to make.That attitude is far more practicable than the corollary, the "grass is always greener" perspective, where everybody else's god looks better than yours.Richard Dawkins says that most people are atheist to the tens of thousands of gods throughout the history of the world. We just go one god further. Something like that.
.- there are no religions that believe in multiple gods.
oh, try the original religion of antiquity -
."Let us make man ...
too bad for you bing, not all your written 24,000 documents were able to whitewash the true religion -
becoming a god is the idea, for admission to the Everlasting - with perhaps an almighty on top - for giggles. that would be you bing or the new guy, schmidlap.