Which Religion is Right?

Posted by ChampDog | Sunday, June 26, 2011

Most of the religions always think they are the right one and deny other religions. For instance, from a Christian perspective, if you believe in Christianity, you will have a chance to go to Heaven but if you DON”T, you are basically 100% guarantee going to the hell. So all non-believers of Christianity will eventually go to hell and suffer there.

To make it a little bit complex here, even not all Christians have a chance to Heaven too because there are 2 big gangs of Christianity. The first one is called (1) Catholic and the second one is called (2) Protestant. Basically one denies another and vice-versa. What it means here is according to Catholic, Protestant will be 100% guarantee to go hell afterlife and on the hand according to Protestant it is the other way round. Okay, now you TOTALLY CONFUSED! Which one is the RIGHT ONE?

Can you see the problem here? If you follow either one of them, you have chances to follow the wrong one. Then how do you know you’re following the right one? Unfortunately no one can give you that answer except for yourself. So you make your own choose and decide which one is the right one. Does this sound familiar with you? That is in fact what I call “Free Thinking” philosophy which is you have the freedom to choose! At the end, the decision is all up to you…

Well, you may still do not satisfy because you’re looking the ultimate right religion for you! Okay, let me ask you this. Do you think most of the religions out there now is meant for the good? If your answer is yes, what do you think of the ultimate right religion for you? Yes you got it, every religion is the right religion! All the religions are the right one. The only thing that probably makes them the not so right is they deny the rest.

So now you start wondering is there any religion that do NOT deny the rest? Well, there is ONE and that religion is called “Buddhism” - well strictly speaking, Buddhism is NOT a religion as I mentioned in my previous post. The reason why Buddhism doesn’t reject or deny other religions is because in Buddhism’s perspective, everyone of us is “Buddha” regardless of what religion you are. Whether you’re Christian or Muslim, you’re eventually moving towards the same direction.

If you hear any Buddhist deny other religions or said the teaching in other religions is wrong, he is probably do NOT fully understand the Buddhism or perhaps haven’t reach the 100% understanding of Buddhism.  I do not surprise if you hear that because too many Buddhists  out there do NOT know know what Buddhism is really about.

Well, back to the original question of this post. Which religion is the right one? Well, what do you think? Buddhism? Perhaps you may not understand what I have said so far, here you go my answer to this question:

All religions are the right one.

Note: Let me give a quick high-level explanation of the terminology being used here just in case you don’t know them:
  1. Judgement Day – This is the day “God” judge you whether you should go to Hell or Heaven.
  2. Hell – A place that you’re being punished for all the sin that you have. Basically you will be suffering here!
  3. Heaven -  A very peaceful place. There won’t be any suffering here.

  1. Admin July 06, 2011  

    islam the right one

  2. ChampDog July 06, 2011  

    Yupe, I agree. :)

  3. Paula Renaye July 16, 2011  

    Each person's "right way" is generally a result of where and how they grew up and the beliefs they were indoctrinated with. If any of us had grown up in a different country or in a different way, we'd have very different beliefs and ways.

    Many people now understand that and are letting go of the old thinking that's kept us locked in fear and having to defend our way as the "right" way.

    And what a relief it is! Letting go of the "there is only one way" thinking is like having a huge boulder lifted from our shoulders and chains from our hearts.

    We lose nothing by accepting and honoring the beliefs of others, but we gain everything--we gain peace, both in our minds and hearts, and in the world.

    Spread peace and joy!

  4. ChampDog July 18, 2011  

    Nice said, Paula. I couldn't agree more! :)

  5. Jeshurun July 28, 2011  

    While for the majority of Christians your very simple explanation is essentially correct, virtually none of it is Correct Biblical Theology. No big surprise there, however, since The Majority has always been wrong in everything!

    Case in point: The World's Currently Failing Social Democracies, The Failed Attempts At Communism, etc, etc, etc....

    However, The Scriptures - as written by The Prophets - are the inspired words of Yahweh [ Our Creator]. The fact, that very few truly understand them, doesn't change that one iota!

    As a student of: World History and Scriptural Prophecy - I can attest to the unfathomable accuracy of all its actual prophecies. For instance, just in 2011, more than seven of them have factually occurred.

    The Political Uprisings In The Middle East.

    The Great Flood of 2011 On The Mississippi.

    The Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami.

    The Storms Across America's Bible Belt.

    The End Of America's Dominance In Space.

    America's Withdrawal From Japan.

    The Natural Disasters Occurring All Across America.

    And Its Political Build Up To Its Civil War - Set For The Summer Of 2012.

  6. ChampDog July 28, 2011  

    I don't know about Scriptures. Is this Scriptures from Christian you mean here. If yes, are these Scriptures consistent between Catholic and Protestant?

  7. Jeshurun August 05, 2011  

    ChampDog, you said:

    "I don't know about Scriptures. Is this Scriptures from Christian you mean here. If yes, are these Scriptures consistent between Catholic and Protestant?"

    The Biblical Scriptures are comprised of 66 commonly accepted books written by more than 40 authors over a 1500 year period. The 39 books of The Old Testament are accepted by both: Christians and Jews; and the 27 books of The New Testament are accepted by Christians alone.

    Meanwhile, the disturbing diversity of: Jewish and Christian Theology - stems more from our human nature to pick and choose our own beliefs; rather than, from any failing within The Scriptures themselves.

    Both of these religious systems are inherently flawed, due to: Paganism, Extremist Thinking [ ie, Licentiousness and Zealotry ], etc... but, The Scriptures themselves aren't like that. One cannot dismiss A True Message - based upon any failing within its human messengers. For, The Message Itself stands alone!

  8. ChampDog August 05, 2011  

    Thanks for your reply. You mentioned about "Scriptural Prophecy". Can you have a very specific on what is going to happen next and this must be able to be verified in the future? :)