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Posted by Sam Patterson on June 12, 2002 15:17:39 UTC


This is a question, not criticism.

Why do you think you can pick and choose different parts of different religions, and blend them to your liking?

"So the only conclusion I can come to is that god reveals himself in bits and pieces and is counting on rational people to put the pieces together."

Why would God do this? Show himself a little in
Buddhism, but the rest is wrong. Show himself a little in Christianity, but the rest is just fluff. I don't see any purpose behind doing this.
And who can be smart enough to decide which parts to accept and which parts are wrong?

"So Sam has had a profound influence on my thinking even though I come to a different conclusion from the same scripture."

Thanks, I think :)


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