This is a great post. However, I would add that in order to know the TRUTH, we must use the TRUE BIBLE. With so many versions and perversions, God’s word has become diluted and has added to the confusion. If you are unable to understand the KJV Authorized version (get the oldest version you can), then please compare it with the version you prefer in order to gain a better understanding. Please do NOT use the New Century Version, the Holman Standard Version, or the Revised Standard Version. They have so watered down the deity of Christ that He appears to be not greater than any other human. Most versions delete the word “begotten” in John 3:16. This word is very important because it signifies that He is the very embodiment of God. Every person has a father whose semen begat them. God the Father planted His seed in the womb of the virgin Mary that He may become a man, to be able to identify with our sufferings. Scripture teaches that all who accept Jesus the Christ as their Savior are sons of God, but obviously not all of us were begotten of God. So that word begotten is extremely important. Without it, Jesus is just human like us, and not God.
Could the whole world be religiously deceived? Could it be possible that the majority of people today are blind to the truth of God? Could it really be possible that the “enlightened” and brilliant minds of today’s world are groping in the darkness of ignorance, deception, and trickery?
A world full of religious confusion
Some estimate that there are more than 4,000 religions in the world. Some of the biggest religions include Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Neopaganism, and Wicca. To make things even complicated, religion can be very difficult to define. Religion can be considered as a cultural system, belief, world view, moral value, and spirituality. The belief of many people has become too subjective to the point that truth has become relative and not absolute.
Could all of these world’s religions, with all their conflicting views, be correct?
When we look into Christianity, the…
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