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Religious views on Sin 6 years 4 months ago #1914

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I read that "Christianity has an answer for sin. No sin goes unpunished, but the punishment has already been satisfied in Christ's personal sacrifice on the cross".

If this belief is true, then no christian should demand punishment for any bad actions of a rapist, a fraud, a robber, a politician etc because Christ has already sacrificed for the sins.

This is another example of how belief and reality does not go hand in hand. So belief's are not Truth, because any personal belief is only a self-delusion of an individual. Truth can be known if it does not contradict with the reality of life.

Christ is one of the greatest Human beings born for helping mankind to liberate themselves from the cycles of birth and death. However his teachings are been exploited and misunderstood and so the Truth is lost.

This is the case with most of the religions, that belief's are different from Truth. Please see our Universal Truth of Religions .

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Religious views on Sin 6 years 4 months ago #1926

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I believe that only Bible and christianity is only correct. Others are wrong.
A christian think whatever in the Bible is said is only the Truth and God has hidden the Truth from those who dont read the Bible. But this christians has to know that a Muslim also thinks in this way that His God has hidden the Truth from the Christians and other faiths. The same is the belief of Jews.

This is analogous to the five blind-men and their belief of an elephant. Each thinks what part of the elephant they touched is only the elephant. Only a person who has touched all over the elephant can know the truth of the elephant.

A human can only understand another human because the "Self" is common both of them. A wooden human statue cannot understand a human because that doesnt have a Self that the human has.

We all human can understand God only if we agree that we all have one thing common with God. What is that we all human can have common with God. That is the "Self". That self is not a physical body, an emotional believing mind, a logical intelligence but a Self-Awareness (called spirit).

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