In Christianity, you believe in only one way. In Hinduism, they believe in all w
December 1, 2006 5:14am CST
In Christianity, you believe in only one way. In Hinduism, they believe in all ways which is essentially one, appearing in different forms. If someone says that there is only one way and the other says that there are many ways, under any circumstance, can be correct at the same time?
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18 Dec 06
If you need to be realised a job you've to apply for the vacancies which suits to your qualification. You can't just relay on one provider and wait for the orders. Like this you must select different ways to reach the destination as earliest as posible. In this competitive world every thing is served on first come basis only. So don't go on in one way.
18 Dec 06
heya, no i do not suppose that they can both be right at the same time. i am not either of these religions or ways of life but i certainly beleive in the way you have summed it up for hinduism, in that all ways are essentially one. i have never really studied many religions in detail because i have been put of by my personal experiences with christianity and alike religions. i came to this realisation on my own when thinking about all the different ppl in the world. Tanika.
5 Dec 06
When you are born into a family, you inherit the religions your parents inheritted. One should not restrict one self to that and should learn about other religions. You cannot force a person into a religion and you can't say what way is right for them. Seek knowledge and choose with the brain that was created for you to think. Ask yourself which religion teaches the right path for you. Only you can decide which is the way you want to take. Your destiny is in your hands.
5 Dec 06
I really don't that that it makes any difference what one religion or another believe. It is more important what the individual believes is right for him/her. It's six of one and half a dozen of the other. As children we are usually brought up in the religion/beliefs of our parents. As we grow older we have the right to choose that which is pertinent to us. Why should the beliefs of religions concern us if we do not agree. That certainly has nothing to do with which is wrong and which is right.