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  • Yes, Christianity is right.

    Christianity is the one true religion. Christianity is the only religion that explains our place in the world, our relationship with our creator and our creator's will. Christianity is a religion of compassion--a religion of worshiping the one true God. Some religions offer similar narratives to what Christians believe; however, those religions are fake.

  • There is one God .

    There is only one God , all the rest are man made or the devil in disguise , and it's not difficult to tell which is which . If a religion is leaving a lot of dead and broken bodies behind , that is the devil . Another religion boasts of a guy who walked on water , could feed thousands of people at any time with just two fish , and healed any andall disease with a touch of His hand , (and is still doing so thru His followers today) then that is obviously the real thing . Its only hard if you make it be ,

  • Common Sense Proves This To Be True

    Two contradicting things/ideas cannot be true at the same time. This should be very simple to understand. For example, a fish cannot be both living and dead at the same time, it has to be one or the other. The same thing goes for religions, which often contradict each other in more ways than one. Two conflicting beliefs cannot be true at the same time. Only one religion will be true.

  • There is evidence.

    Not all religions are just belief. There is evidence that researchers and historians have done on what religion is right. The evidence shows that Jesus really lived. The evidence shows that Jesus really had disciples and prophets. The evidence shows that he was crucified and that he rose from the dead.

  • There is but one God and He is not hard to find .

    Basic qualifications for being the one true God include the ability to walk on water , write a book that accurately predicts the future , and heal incurable disease with just the touch of His hand (and is still doing so thru His followers). The devil in disguise is also easy to spot: his followers are prone to beheading others, being rotten to women and Jews , and leaving trails of dead and broken bodies in their wake . Its only hard if you make it be .

  • There is but one God and He is not hard to find .

    Basic qualifications for being the one true God include the ability to walk on water , write a book that accurately predicts the future , and heal incurable disease with just the touch of His hand (and is still doing so thru His followers). The devil in disguise is also easy to spot: his followers are prone to beheading others, being rotten to women and Jews , and leaving trails of dead and broken bodies in their wake . Its only hard if you make it be .

  • There is but one God and He is not hard to find .

    Basic qualifications for being the one true God include the ability to walk on water , write a book that accurately predicts the future , and heal incurable disease with just the touch of His hand (and is still doing so thru His followers). The devil in disguise is also easy to spot: his followers are prone to beheading others, being rotten to women and Jews , and leaving trails of dead and broken bodies in their wake . Its only hard if you make it be .

  • There is but one God and He is not hard to find .

    Basic qualifications for being the one true God include the ability to walk on water , write a book that accurately predicts the future , and heal incurable disease with just the touch of His hand (and is still doing so thru His followers). The devil in disguise is also easy to spot: his followers are prone to beheading others, being rotten to women and Jews , and leaving trails of dead and broken bodies in their wake . Its only hard if you make it be .

  • Multiple Religions = Unlikely

    The mere fact that there are multiple religions means that there is a high uncertainty of which religion is correct. Not to mention the hundreds upon hundreds of religious sects sprouted from religions, or even other sects.

    To put it simply, it is highly unlikely that there is a 'true religion'.

  • There is no right religion

    The major religions of the world seem to contradict each other, but they don't deep down; they are different roads up the same mountain. Their theologies and metaphysics differ, but not their idea about what morality is. Every major world religion: Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism teach a morality of transcending the self, a morality of charity, self-sacrifice, selflessness, etc. And whether it's God in monotheistic religions, Brahman in Hinduism, Nirvana in Buddhism or the Tao in Taoism, all religions intend to connect humanity with some absolute being or reality.

  • Religion isn't even a fact.

    There stills lacks to be a lot of evidence to even prove any of those religions aren't just theories. Let alone prove that it is superior to a the others and holds the truth. All religion os right in the eyes of the beholder. And wrong in the eyes of the next person

  • Is there a god?

    IF there is in fact only one 'god' or deity that exist, then yes, there would, and only could, be one religion that is right. However as of right now, whatever we choose to follow, whether it be atheism, or Christianity, they are all beliefs, and the possibility for an absence of religion still exist. This allows there to be no religion that is right, but equally allows there to be multiple religions that are right. There is more than enough proof for, and against there belief of multiple religious gods/goddesses existing, however theories, that are almost as far fetched as some religions. But they are still believable, these theories would allow for multiple religions to be correct, and still allow them all to be 'right'. But overall 2/3 ideals are against one singular religion, and 1/3 ideals says that there could only be one singular religion that is 'right'.

  • No one religion rules

    Although you can find many similarities between religions, you also have vast differences. Who am I to say I am right about Jesus being our savior, or that you should only keep kosher. We should all know that whatever religion you follow, you should respect everyone's opinion. Religion is based on faith, without judgement.

  • No, there is not one religion that is right

    No, there is not one religion that is right. There is no way to prove what religion is right. No one has direct knowledge of what religion is superior to others. People simply believe that their beliefs are superior without any proof that they are right. All religions are on equal footing.

  • Of Course Not

    How does one even ask this question? Sure, there's still a chance that Christianity is right about everything or that Islam is right about everything, however that chance is minuscule at best. The fact that there are so many religions out there in the world all claiming they're the one true religion just discredits this argument further. Of course there isn't one true religion that's true.

  • There is no proof of Religion

    I know many people say that this argument is flawed, but the burden of proof is on the accuser - I have to prove there is an invisible mouse in my house, not the other way round. No religion is correct. And before you say "Atheism is a religion" the official definition of atheism is the lack of a religion. It is a "religion" in the same way bald is a hairstyle or off is a TV channel - it is the absence of religion.

  • There is no one right Religion. All religions are correct.

    All religions of the world, represent the same God in their own way. Some of the traditions and rituals that are part of the religion, may be very eerie and unfamiliar to our tastes. But no one religion is right, after all we are all humans and interpret our sacred scriptures differently, than what the Creator intended for us. We are all united with each other, even though we may speak differently, look differently, believe differently but are all created from the same form. The important thing is, we believe in what God truly is and respect other's opinions and perspectives upon this given topic of faith. "God loves each of us as if there were only one of us." - Saint Augustine

  • There is little evidence of religion being correct

    A lot of these statements on the "yes" option just show how deluded some people can be. Yes, there is evidence that Jesus existed, but how could you possibly prove that he is the creator of the universe? The fact that multiple religions exist and are practised based on geographic location show religion cannot be taken seriously in an age where we have begun to find out thing for ourselves


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