That's up to you to decide...any answer you get is opinion only. I'd suggest you turn cheek to anyone who says such religion is better than others. Decide wisely...I won't preach...but don't follow the sheep like you're about to do here
I think every one loves their religion but the fastest religion growing in this world is Islam. It is based on truth and facts and Quran says Lakum deenokum waleyadeen means You shall have your religion and I shall have my religion. So compulsion at all you are free to accept what you think best for you. Yes but at least once you read Quran and remove any misconception if they are in your mind.
Thats fairly subjective from a human point of view. Christianity is the largest world wide so it would seem the world majority thinks Christianity is the best. Islam is a ver close second. Together Christianity and Islam cover 3.3 BILLION of the 7.2 Billion world pop. Add 14 million Jews to that and Abrahamic (God followers) religions take half the world population. So anything focused on God is best both objectively and subjectively. And Christianity is best of all.
Religion is of man man's traditions a relationship is knowing the Father through Jesus Christ Jesus is the way the truth and the Life no one comes to the Father except by him read the Bible it will scare the hell out of you
The true, pure Christianity presented in the Bible is not just another religion. It represents the truth about God and his purposes. John 17:17.The best way to satisfy your spiritual needs is to learn about God from the Bible and associate with true worshipers.
Features of True Religion Consider the practices and teachings of first-century Christians:
? They looked to God’s Word as their guide.—2 Timothy 3:16; 2 Peter 1:21. ? They taught that Jesus was God’s Son, distinct from God himself and subordinate to Him.—1 Corinthians 11:3; 1 Peter 1:3. ? They taught that the dead will return to life by means of a future resurrection.—Acts 24:15. ? They were known overall for the love that prevailed among themselves.—John 13:34, 35. ? They did not worship merely as individuals but were organized into congregations and were united under overseers and a central body of elders that looked to Jesus as Head.—Acts 14:21-23; 15:1-31; Ephesians 1:22; 1 Timothy 3:1-13. ? They were zealous preachers of God’s Kingdom as mankind’s only hope.—Matthew 24:14; 28:19, 20; Acts 1:8.