Happy with my God, thanks!
Let's talk about who your God might be.

I think this is important, because personally I'm not sure that all gods lead to heaven. It's a nice thought, but can it be true? Can we all hold our own 'truth' or does objective reality deny that?

In examining belief systems, we come to a major fork in the theological road.

The highway travelled by most of the world's religions consists of man's attempts to reconcile to God. Whether by performing rituals, doing good works, or by self denial, man attempts with his own efforts to be acceptable to a 'higher power'.

The other fork follows a radically different direction. On this road, God offered Himself (Jesus) to make us acceptable.

These are two very different roads. Which turn did you make?
i took the highwayFork that, there is no absolute truththe road less travelled

I would like to be warm, fuzzy and wonderfully inclusive here, telling you that any God you believe in will work. That we are all headed for the same destination, just taking different paths. That we all have our own version of truth.

Unfortunately, that would be a warm, fuzzy and wonderfully inclusive lie. Truth is by definition, fact. What is, is. God will not magically morph to suit your interpretation of Him once you die. You will either be right or wrong, and it is up to you to make the most informed choice possible.

(Please understand that this is an appeal for rational thought. My goal here is to ask you to think and not take eternity for granted. If you haven't given it much thought in the past, this should just be a starting point. If you don't agree with my assessment, please do not view it as an attack on your beliefs. I don't want to talk you into, or out of, anything. I'm merely asking you to logically consider information that you may not have considered before.)

So... where do you stand on this question?

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