1:All human beings living in this world were created by one God, but why are religions different. Every reader must give an answer in comments,what is reality.

2:When I gathered opinions from the readers, I found out that different religions have different ways of worshiping God. The purpose is the same for all, so why do people of different religions hate each other? There is a discussion, so be sure to express your useful opinion in it.



  1. craig lock says:

    Reblogged this on Let's Build Bridges of Unity and commented:
    Thanks for all the likes (keeping you busy) , Asghar
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  2. The Butcher says:

    Let’s say that the different has always been hated. I am an atheist, I don’t believe, but I don’t hate religions. In the end, each religion has different points of view, but also points in common on the search for truth and for oneself. From my point of view, we should try to understand the various religions, study them, also make comparisons, in order to be able to appreciate each other.

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  3. Krista says:

    Faith is the foundation of all religions but is not a religion itself. “For by grace are you saved through faith.”

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  4. Ankordanz says:

    If you don’t become like the children…”
    A sentence from the Bible.

    Children don’t understand, they are simple. They don’t worship in a special way. They are naturally connected to God.

    A special way of worshiping is trying to do it right when you are unsure. A strange way of worship reinforces the fear of doing it wrong. So we are fighting against our own fear.

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  5. Asghar ali says:

    What God told the messengers covers everything, for example. Think about this universe and find new ways for yourself. It contains the secret of the whole science. How was the first human being born without parents? How did the universe come into existence? Science says explosion. Who made the explosion? If we live according to our own will, it will be betrayal. Religion is the way given by God by which we know God. Otherwise, we would have started considering the things created by God as God.

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  6. rashidulhuda says:

    Yes, but we don’t know exactly how God communicates with us. If we go by what God told a messenger then it won’t cover everything. With our scientific approach we have been figuring new things out constantly. Why did God not tell us about them too? God has created a vast world and I don’t think there is only one way to explore it. Why is it wrong if one goes on his own way to live his life? Why does one has to be bound by a way of living? Why create beings and send them to live and expect them to do as God intended. And if the beings don’t do as God intended, why punish them? I do not want to be disrespectful, but every religion tells us to worship God, if you see God’s motive in it then it can be said that God created us to worship them to boast them; it makes God seem like a narcissist who was bored and created us for their amusement. I don’t see why not worshipping God is a sin, why being in our own way is a sin. If God really cared about giving us a good experience wouldn’t they have allowed us to do whatever we wanted to do to live our life to the fullest? Why would God want us to worship them constantly to make them feel good about themselves. Or maybe worshipping God is one way of reaching God. But can we not reach God without worshipping them? There are many plotholes in every religion. Even though the best people established a particular religion things change as we discover new things. What does that mean? Does God not want us to find out other things and be limited to a few things? If so, why? It is not answered in any religious scripture. You see, anyhow, it comes down to us, how we see things. Whether we accept a God or keep questioning is totally on us. Nobody for sure knows what will happen after death. Maybe the ones who obey God will go to heaven or maybe the ones who question God will. Because you see, it could be a test of God too. Maybe God send some rules through a person to check who would mindlessly accept those rules and who would use their minds. Maybe in the end God will reward the ones who used their minds instead of following their words mindlessly. It could be their ultimate test. But we don’t know anything so we are free to accept anything we want to I guess.

    By the way, great post; it got me thinking a lot. Keep ’em coming!

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  7. Asghar ali says:

    How we found God. If we have found God. Then the message of God must have reached us. Through this message, the right religion can be easily found.

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  8. rashidulhuda says:

    I think the question comes down to how we perceive God. For one God is Lord Shiva, for some God is Allah, for some God is Father, and so on. Why is it that beings of the same built perceive various Gods when we live in the same world? How can there be so many Gods for one world? It is not possible for various kinds of Gods fighting with each other to claim the world. A certain God has definitely created the world, and it could be any of the divine beings represented in the holy books or it could be some particle, but there is a God, an instigator, a creater of the universe. How one perceives that creator is all that matters. If we have to talk about religions then we need to understand what actually led people to establish the religions but we do not have the data. People back then didn’t have any video recorder back then so we just have to take what they said; it is not solid way to back a religion or God if you ask me. What I’m implying is that God could be perceived in various ways and we should be open to perceiving God in our own way instead of mindlessly accepting a religion which was established by a certain group of people for whatever reason.

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  9. KK says:

    This is a debatable issue, often with no consensus.

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  10. Asghar ali says:

    Sir,it is your opinion,but God says I create world and its object,and give him a system to live.that system known as religion

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  11. KK says:

    Because religions are man-made.

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  12. gc1963 says:

    The hate is generally motivated by other factors. If you see historically.

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  13. Asghar ali says:

    OK you are right,but here is a problem.followers of different ways hated by each other

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  14. Thanks for sharing this.

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  15. gc1963 says:

    Those special ways are the various paths to reach Him. On reaching and imbibing him you become conscious of Him in everything and in every being. And that is God consciousness which is the ultimate aim of mankind.

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  16. Asghar ali says:

    There is a special way to do everything, so it is necessary to choose a certain way. Has not Allah revealed to mankind a special way of worshiping Him?

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  17. Francochuks says:

    Am favored 🌹

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  18. gc1963 says:

    Religion and God consciousness are two different things. Religion is man-made to unify people under the umbrella of one social group by basically invoking fear in their minds for the benefits of vested interests, be it social or economic or political.

    Godconsciousness is more in the lines of spiritual quest sought by different isms through different ways. Goal is the same ways and methods are different. There are millions ways to reach out to God. One must choose one’s calling. No ism is wrong or right.

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  19. Asghar ali says:

    Also you are great for reading my a little effort for unity, and have become the part of this discusion

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  20. Francochuks says:

    You really have a great content ❤️

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  21. Francochuks says:

    Thanks for your visit ❣️

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  22. There is only one God but mankind chooses to or elects to worship Him in their limited understanding of His teachings. In the end, each person has to answer to Him for the life they’ve led.

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  23. valy71 says:

    Thank you very much

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  24. Asghar ali says:

    Nice axplanation

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  25. Asghar ali says:

    Mam you try best, but religion come from God to the human, it is an order for act

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  26. Asghar ali says:

    You explain with vary good explanation

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  27. Francochuks says:

    Religion is just a means by which people worship that same one God.
    The aim of religion channels towards one God only, it depends on how different Religions worship that same God.

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  28. pkadams says:

    Because religions come from man who is trying to glorify himself.

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  29. valy71 says:

    Forse le religioni sono diverse, ma il Dio è unico oppure diverse sono le interpretazioni che se ne danno. È un quesito molto interessante, difficile trovare una risposta adeguata!

    Have a good day!

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