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There Is One True Religion?

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Posted by Rich on June 11, 2002 17:04:17 UTC

"Yes. There is only one true religion. Here is an example:"

Well your example does well to show differing opinions, however, it fails to show how one person will have the correct account of the accident. I could ask 20 people on the street what the correct spelling of Iceland's capital is. I bet ya, not one person will get it right. That doesn't mean their isn't a capital of Iceland, it just means, no one knew what it was or how to spell it.

So is with the universe. There is an ultimate truth, but, that does not mean there has to be a god.

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