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  • heresy :D just kidding
  • Eclectic
  • Why Foreskin, fancy seeing you here. I would call that drunk and stoned. What would you call it Your Diddleyness?
  • covering all bases, just in case. :P
  • Indecision.
  • ummm bireligious or tri, quad, etc. depending on how many i guess
  • Schizophrenic. They are different enough that you would have to have several personalities that don't communicate with each other.
  • Over-complicated. Cut the middlemen!
  • Multireligious I guess. WHY have only one religion when you can have them all???
  • Confused...but good at coverin' your ass!
  • We already have historical examples of people believing in multiple religions. 80% of Haiti is Catholic. 80% also profess belief in voodoo. The history of voodoo makes it clear how that came about. Most religions have enough gray area to twist into whatever the believer wants. each sect tends to get rigid in beliefs but the source material is often sketchy at best and open to interpretation. Religion is typically not based on logic so it is not impossible to do something seemingly illogical like believing in things that seem to contradict. Judaism seems incompatible with various pagan religions but Christianity did a decent job of fusing the two.
    • pugwashjw65
      J.W's are consistent worldwide...no divisions, no separate 'truths' , simply the teaching of the coming Kingdom... (Matthew 24:14) And this good news of the Kingdom will be preached in all the inhabited earth for a witness to all the nations, and then the end will come.
  • How? I have seen both sides on one hand I have practiced Catholic values. & now I do practice Kabbalah which does go the mystical aspect of Judaism.
  • Ok, so since you know so much, where do you suppose you go? You have the Headquarters in Los Angeles, classes online at the official Kabbalah website. You have to practice it somehow. You are honestly a horrible person. If you have to go around trying to break people down for things they believe in & the way they take part in it.
  • You are honestly such a terrible person that you have to go around trying to break everyone down & criticize them for doing what they believe in. You know, you do not control everyone. The world is not yours. You need to learn to let people be. If there is a way that I chose to practice Kabbalah then that is my decision. It should mean nothing to you. & all you do is make things up. In real life you know nothing about anything. Get into the real world. Grow up. & lose the controlling attitude.
  • polytheist
  • Stupid.
  • Monotheism, if you still believe in only one God. If there is one God, then there is only one God.
  • Hypocritical
  • Multiclesiastical? If believing in one religion (or god) is deluded, then believing in a dozen would be (Deluded) * 12 = [see photo] It's what's left when you remove all the air from an airhead. Just vacuum. You betcha! :-)
  • Polytheism
  • My point exactly, you think you know so much. If you do then why are you here. If you really did know so much then you wouldn't be here trying to repeatedly prove your knowledge. And they don't charge. You have the decision to give them money if you want to. & honestly once again why the fuck would you care? It's my money to blow. & once again, I will continue to practice my Kabbalah, read my books, take my online classes, visit the center in L.A., use my Kabbalah water, go to Kabbalah meetings & do as I please. Thank you, goodbye.
  • Spiritual.
  • Although I said this in a comment earlier it depends on what you mean by "believing in muliple religions". If you mean that they believe everything each religion believes, then I'd call it not only impractical but not possible. However, if you're talking about taking pieces of different religions to shape a way of life that feels best and leads you on a good path, then I say go for it.
  • Huh?!?! Don't the MAJORITY of people believe in more than ONE religion??? There's Aethism, Christianity, Hinduism, Muslim, Judaism--just to name of few...
  • Can anyone else besides me not stand this "Zen" person? I can't remember correctly, but I think I have gotten in an arguement or two with "Zen" in the past.
  • I personally cannot fully accept any religeon. But can appreciate most all of them in some way or another.
  • According to Scripture: an infant that has not attained religious maturity. Ephesians 4:14 "That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, and cunning craftiness, whereby they lie in wait to deceive;"
  • It would be like believing that two plus two equals four...and also five. There can be only one God who created everything...so we should comply with what HE wants....HIS way..or the highway...
    • Rick
      God bless you!
  • One can see a person who sees the good, commonality of different faiths or difficulty making up their mind. Most religions include their version of the Golden Rule.
  • 8-10-2017 Religion is made up by men telling each other what to do. It is possible to have more than one religion per person.
  • Someone living on the edge of a fence. Undecided. Like the Catholics who I know that believe in voodoo and witch craft. Thank God that not all do.

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