• What If Your Belief’s Are Wrong?

    by  • August 5, 2010 • All Categories, Our Beliefs • 3 Comments

    There are many beliefs of what God is or what God may be. What if your beliefs turned out to be wrong?

    Ask yourself these questions:

    • Let’s say you are a Christian and found out that unless you were Jewish you would not ascend to your version of heaven after death. Would you instantly change your beliefs? What if you couldn’t? What if you were completely against the Jewish culture?
    • Proof surfaces from scientific research that God does not exist. Is that possible? Would current governments hide the truth to save current religions and prevent a world wide melt down?
    • What if the one true God shows themselves and is a being or entity that does not align themselves with any current or past beliefs?
    • What if proof exists that religion was created as a form of government so that the religious leaders could maintain control and order over their followers?
    • Let’s say all religions were created to fill the human fear of the unknown?
    • What if our current level of consciousness can’t comprehend what the truth holds?

    Do these questions make you wonder if what you believe is the truth? Most of us have beliefs our parents raised us with. It’s likely your parents inherited these beliefs from their parents. How many of you have your own beliefs that you have formed on your own? Have you done research? Have you explored what you believe? I would say most of you will say no…

    So what does this mean for all of us? I guess it will all depend on the information we have and future findings that will shape what we can comprehend. If you take the time to do some research, and look at what knowledge exists, you will find that there are more answers than you may think. For those of you that would just like the answers… Your in luck! I will continue to explore and research these and many more questions and I will share my findings on this website.

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    3 Responses to What If Your Belief’s Are Wrong?

    1. February 28, 2012 at 3:00 pm

      What if atheism is wrong? If Christians are wrong, than that is the end of it. There is no afterlife. The argument is done. However, in atheism, if they are wrong, it bounds trouble. Their afterlife may not be perfect. This is not a reason to believe, but it should make you think; without God, there is no sense to living.

      95% of mankind believe in a higher being.

      The world is too perfect and absolute for it to come from chaos. Scientist should know that better than anyone.

      • February 28, 2012 at 6:27 pm

        Atheism is not what we are specifically speaking about. The main point we are trying to make is that not every belief can be correct. One or none may hold the truth. On the other hand, certain beliefs may be correct or even a combination of beliefs could hold the truth.

        Touching on your other thought, if their is not a God there would be no point in living. I would have to strongly disagree. In fact, if we knew there was no God it would change the way many people live. It would give a definitive beginning and end to our lives. We would know that we had a finite time to live our lives. I bet more people would live it up and not waste a second and more people would do what they wanted with their lives instead of doing what they must.

        Science is trying to make sense of these things, as is, all the religion’s of the world. One thing we can agree on is that it all came from somewhere and in some way everything organized it self to give us the world we know today.

      • Auth
        July 25, 2012 at 5:06 am

        I am in the same boat. I really want to bvleiee there is a God and I would like there to be a continuation of my soul. I become very depressed when I think about God. I am 61 years old and have struggled with this since I was about 17 years old. When I start obsessing about this I consider suicide as good idea. At my age I have learned not act on that decision. However, I cry when I realize I do not bvleiee in a spiritual world. I can love nature, family and considerable more ideas. I want to bvleiee in a greater inteligent power/source. I want to know how and please do not say Just have faith:. I want to know how other non-believers cope. Thank you

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