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9. are all religions the same?

When present Christianity and other religions, it is very common for people to say that when it comes down to it, all religions are ultimately the same and that no religion is wholly true or completely false. Some say that there are not many differences and that the end is all the same.


If we look from the correct viewpoint, all religions that exist in the world can be separated into two groups:



2.All other religions


If we scrutinize the beliefs of religions such as Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, etc ... we discover that the redemption (salvation) of our souls depend on our works. In other words, if we do good works we will be saved and if we do evil deeds, we will not be saved. In these religions salvation depends on man and it is won by merits.


Christianity, however, presents a totally unique system that differs from all other religions that exist. While for all other religions salvation is obtained by works, Christianity teaches that salvation is by grace (freely given). Salvation does not depend on our merits, our works, or our efforts, because we could never be good enough to earn it. The salvation of our soul is completely free and is given to us by God when we accept Jesus Christ as our savior and repent of our sins.


Galatians 2:16 

16: nevertheless knowing that a man is not justified by the works of [a]the Law but through faith in Christ Jesus, even we have believed in Christ Jesus, so that we may be justified by faith in Christ and not by the works of [b]the Law; since by the works of [c]the Law no [d]flesh will be justified.


Now the choice is yours. You can choose from all the religions in this world, whose end is the same, or choose to follow the truth, unique and different from the others and with the firm basis of the Bible… Christianity.

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