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I recently watched a documentary on the History Channel. It said that statistics indicate that, by the year 2050, 90% of the world's population will not adhere to any kind of formal religion. It stated that the vast majority of various branches of religions are dwindling. People seem to be shifting to a more open-minded, worldly, spiritual approach to God. They're getting away from the structure and tradition of formal religion, either because they don't find it relevant, or people are simply finding God in other ways outside of traditional services. I don't believe this is a bad thing. It's just indicative of spiritual evolution. Perhaps, we're starting to outgrow our old ways of thinking and will eventually stop fighting over whose God is better. I believe we are ALL children of God.
Flying Paint Rollers from Heaven
If this little philosophical analogy I’ve concocted doesn’t quite do it for you, let’s think about this as rational, logical adults. There cannot be one “right” religion, because that would imply there are “wrong” religions. If you assume someone choosing the wrong religion would therefore be denied entrance into Heaven, then justice and fairness no longer exist within the universe. I say this because it would take a cruel and scandalous god to deny a person access into Heaven for not following the “right” religion, when the “right” religion may not have even been present in that person’s part of the world.