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I Am Neither Christian Nor Muslin

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on August 6, 2001 18:00:43 UTC

I believe that all faiths are more or less equally valid. Either there is a god or there is not. If there is a god then it is the god of all faiths. My opinion is that to say there is one kind of god and not another is incorrect. god has just revealed itself in different ways to different peoples. I am more interested in the revelations that are in common than the ones that are in disagreement. If you can agree that that, then we have a common point on which to base future dialogue. But if you continue to insist that only your god is the true god, then we have no basis for discussion.

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