Top 10 Q&As: Religion

 

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What actually is religion?

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Why are there are so many different religious concepts on Earth?

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How do the different main religions continue their activities in the spiritual world? Do they fight? And how far can they influence human beings?

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Even if one has little interest in organized religion, one can still have a longing for the atmosphere that can exist in a church – a feeling of awe standing in front of something that is higher. Is the experience of church really a true thing?

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What is the Holy Ghost and what should be our relationship to it?

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Why does Hindu philosophy not include the Fall of the Angels, as the Plan of Salvation does?

http://theguidespeaks.org/the-qas/best-of/eastern-religions-vs-christianity/

 

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Most religions of the world use the motion of genuflecting. Many of them also use the two palms together. There are also the patterns created by the whirling dervishes. Do these movements have some inherent meaning?

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In the Jewish tradition, Yom Kippur is the Day of Atonement. On such a night, in ancient Nazareth, it is likely that Jesus, as a Jew, would have been in the synagogue, chanting solemn prayers with his congregation. Yom Kippur is also designated as the Sabbath of Sabbaths. The word Sabbath is loaded with meaning and it appears frequently in Scripture. Jesus referred to it when he said: “The Sabbath was made for man.” What did he mean?

http://theguidespeaks.org/the-qas/best-of/sabbath-yom-kippur-2/

 

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Can you provide a spiritual explanation of sin and evil?

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From what you say, it becomes clear that religion is a matter of each individual soul developing to its optimum point by way of search and self-realization. The churches have played a dominant role for many years, however, so it would seem that their function would eventually fall away. Is that correct?

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