( 125 ) And who is better in religion than one who submits himself to Allah while being a doer of good and follows the religion of Abraham, inclining toward truth? And Allah took Abraham as an intimate friend.
( 126 ) And to Allah belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is on the earth. And ever is Allah, of all things, encompassing.
Buddhism. It's not really a religion; more of a philosophy, but I like how it asks people to think for themselves and make a spiritual journey of bettering yourself and internal and individual one. And it gets along with other religions really well. You can be atheist or christian and still be Buddhist at the same time since it really isn't a religion, and instead a mindset. But really, religion is good, but there have been so many wars over it, and there has never a been a war of Buddhism vs anything else. It's peaceful, which is great. And it respects other religions, which is a flaw that others sometimes fall into. It also works really well with science, as a lot of basic ideas and practices of Buddhism are supported by science.
We are told to seek first the Kingdom of God - Matthew 6:33; then we need to search out the truth - John 8:32 - You want to also follow the principles as outlined in the Bible - Galatians 5:22,23. All scriptures were written aforetime for our benefit......inspired by God. (2 Timothy 3:16)
Seek out those that are truly applying Bible Principles - truly applying Bible principles and not compromising their principles for any reason what so ever.
None , I have my own interpretation of god, I believe , that's all that's required of me.to many of the things I read in the bible we're impossible to accept, I had to put it down. I can still believe in a creator, without the book.the're are some good life lessons in the book, but some things were so ridiculous, they went against logic, and awareness, and to follow blindly goes against free will, something I'm sure god intended for us to exercise
I am one of Jehovah's Witnesses and the reason is simple. By comparing the beliefs of Jehovah's Witnesses with God?s Word, I imitate the people of ancient Beroea, who made sure that Paul?s teachings harmonized with the Scriptures. Rather than criticize the Beroeans, Luke commended them for their attitude. They "received the word with the greatest eagerness of mind," he wrote, "carefully examining the Scriptures daily as to whether these things were so." (Acts 17:11) The Beroeans didn't blindly believe what the apostle stated despite his credentials. Jehovah's Witnesses encourage like minded thinking. Jesus once said that his followers would be sanctified "by means of the truth; your (God's) word is truth." The Bible is our guidebook.