Re: Is it truly possible to respect a religion you don’t believe in?
**- **Maybe this is one way that God is testing us?
One thing about a Mailman, is that they are faithful in Rain, Sleet and Snow. I wished I could be like that, being inactive from the Mormon faith.
How come God has let the churches all split, and how come the churches always have to determine what to preach in their churches via a council? Is there not a GOD to steer his church via a Prophet of God, that can steer his church on the narrow path to rightousness, in times of chaos, like now? Without a Prophet, things seem to be too loose, and mankind has to interprate how their churches need to fit into the world today, or how it needs to fit with the teachings of the Bible.
With a Prophet, a church can be guided if it is off track spiritually, and also people would know it was the true church. The problem is that we are in a quandry, or between a rock and a hard place. What is needed is to learn unconditional love, and not knock anybody down for their religion, especially if they are trying hard to be godlike in their faith.