None. The most forgiving god would mean that no matter what you do there's no way they won't forgive you. You're human and that's the way the god supposedly made you. You're finite and you "can't understand an infinite mind". That's like a baby not understanding their parents. You can't punish a baby for what they don't know. No religion has the most forgiving god because they all have limits.
There is only one God. And religions are traps that confuse a lot of people. To be a Christian means to be a follower of Christ. To follow Christ you have to know what he says, to know what he says you have to read his word. Most religions water down what the Bible says because they are all mostly interpretations to what someone else thinks the Bible says. Don't get caught up in religion, just follow Jesus and let him show you the truth.
The nature of religion demands an unforgiving god, most man made constructs do. The concept of good and evil require a punishment for the wicked and a blessing for the righteous, this forces the need to create a god that dispenses these verdicts. A truly forgiving god would reward everyone, murderer, saint, unbeliever, loyalist, everyone. This doesn't sit well with our understanding of right and wrong, we need absolutes. A better question for you to ask is which religion is most accepting and open? I would say Buddhism or Taoism, perhaps Shintoism, these have no gods and are more philosophies then religions.
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The almighty FSM, is by far the most forgiving god there is. He even forgives all the other gods for trying to say they are the almighty or only god. He even forgives his followers if they forget to eat pasta.
Every believer of a religion will be quick to point to their own god. This is typical, due to the fact so few of them know anything about any other faiths, let alone have fully read their own holy books in entirety. If there exists a hell or pit of fire, or some claims of eternal suffering, any claims of forgiving gods are contradicted.
I believe God, by any other name, is still God. That is, religion is the manifestation of us trying to understand The Lord. I am sure, I am not 100% right in my understanding, but that doesn't stop me from trying, learning, maturing, and growing in The Lord. God bless.
Well, if you want a religion, I would say that the catholic apostolic romans/ christian orthodoxes. They teach that you can do whatever you want as long as you come to a man and tell him what you did and he will forgive you in God s place (tho God doesnt share His glory, says the Bible) they also teach that if you die, people can pray for you and even if you were suppose to be condemned, you can go to heaven (tho the Bible doesnt say that, it says we have to earn our way to heaven while we are alive, not with words, but with decisions). I say the catholics because someone said that not a God who would hav a hell, but the Jehovah s witnesses dont believe in hell, but hey, many more sins ar not forgiven to them than to the catholics. The catholics (and this is true, so says the Bible) say that any sin will be forgiven except the blasphemy against the Holy Spirit (except, of course, sucid if you dont get a chance to repent, or putting on the mark of the 666 in the hand or forehead, but they dont say that) But the Jehovah s witnesses wont forgive that you eat blood, that you teach other things, they will vanish you for certain sins.