if you want to chose a religion, i suggest collect information of every religion from its follower and with reading its holy book. try to find the truth, and be sure you can find it. this is the only real religion. I am a ... its not important. my religion is mine and your religion is yours. just search. firstname.lastname@example.org
Christian Humanist. The triumph of reason and science over superstition based on the rationale that if all was created by God, then Science is derived from God's work. Furthermore, the protection and defence of the weak and persecuted, and the promotion of liberty, equality, and justice for all.
We must be careful that the religion we choose is truly worshiping the true God, the Creator, and that this worship pleases Him.
In order to find the religion that pleases God we must base ourselves on the teachings found in the Bible. This religion should: - help you get closer to God by helping you learn about him and everything he has done for us (Matthew 4:10; Psalm 83:18; James 4:8) - base its teachings on the Bible (2 Timothy 3:16,17) - not force us to pay for anything (2 Corinthians 9:7) - be united around the world with others that share that same religion, in other words, that does not war between those of the same religion (John 13:35; 1 John 4:20,21) - preach God's Kingdom as man's only hope (Matthew 24:14; Daniel 2:44) - accept Jesus as God's means of salvation (Acts 4:12; John 3:36)
i dont know. i believe God is real and i also think that after we die something happens. I believe in after life and i also believe in God, and i believe in science as well. I guess i am just compatible with everything
I don't believe in religion. I believe in spirituality. I'm glad that religion is there for those people who need a defined path to their higher power, however, I have found my path to be quite genuine and unique and following someone else's path does not serve my highest awareness.
Agnostic. Every time I start to actually believe, I'll just get these negative thoughts. Plus, I swear sometimes, so I don't think I'd ever fully be a christian. I think it's safe to say that in the end, I will never be a christian, but I wont be a atheist, either. Just agnostic. :l