• Yes. Since religion is in the habit of believing contradictions anyway...
  • I am not a believer but would like to think that all religions lead to the same god in some way.
  • yes it is possible not a bad idea one of them just might right
  • Yes it is. I do. Or should I say, I have respect for all religions. You can take the best from all of them and incorporate that into your personal philosophy.
  • Its possible to believe they all exist, sure, to actually follow all the religions "no thats not possible" they contradict each other to much, it would be impossible to follow one without somehow breaking another's laws.
  • There are common elements throughout all religions. These elements are also common to atheism, social systems that disallow religion and perhaps all cultures. These are what many follow without falling into the sticky pit of religion. So, yes. I think it is possible if you look for the common beliefs and not the divisions.
  • That would probably work to a certain extent. When you find conflicting ideas, you will have to decide which ones are agreeable to you.
  • Sure, you'd just have to kill yourself.
  • It may be possible to simultaneously believe in *parts* of all religions, I'm not sure. But it is not possible to fully believe and obey the teachings of all religions at once. One of the commandments of Judaisim, Christianity (and possibly Islam, I'm not sure) is that "Thou shalt have no other god but me(God)". Right away that forbids belief in Hinduism (with it's multiple gods), Shintoism, aswell as any other religion with multiple gods, or any religion with a single god that is distinctly not the Christian god. That is just one but surely there are many, many other incompatibilities in religious teachings that make it impossible for one to completely follow and believe in all religions at once.
  • I dont think so. some of the details are at odds. Muslims believe Jesus was a Prophet but not the son of god. Jews beieve he was a prophet. they are awaiting the Messiah.
  • yes, however that fact that 99% of humanity hasnt managed to achieve that is our greatest flaw.............. in essence, there is no correct religion, god, for want of a better word, does not require religion to exist, he just is, as are we........... once the majority of people come to grips with that , then , well, basically, all will be sweet.
  • 11. Religion has convinced people that there’s an invisible man…living in the sky. Who watches everything you do every minute of every day. And the invisible man has a list of ten specific things he doesn’t want you to do. And if you do any of these things, he will send you to a special place, of burning and fire and smoke and torture and anguish for you to live forever, and suffer, and burn, and scream, until the end of time. But he loves you. He loves you. He loves you and he needs money.
  • There is a cult known as the Unification Church that claims to believe all faiths and excludes none. This is similar to what the Bible describes as Satans church during the Tribulation. There will be a one world religion during that time.(Christianity,of course,will be excluded in Satans church.) In truth there is only One True God and only one way to Him and that being through His only begotten Son Jesus. No other way is provided by which we can be saved.†††
  • No, I don't think so. Some religions contradict each other.
  • Not in every point of doctrine, but each has goodness and wisdom in it. 5
  • Maybe, it is possible to learn about all religions and come up with your own belief system about God.
  • Liberace! Oh, no, wait...that can't be right...
  • No. Some religions have mutually exclusive ideologies. For example: Some christians believe you must accept jesus as your personal lord and saviors to enter heaven in the after life. Many Jewish and Muslum followers believe you must not accept jesus as your personal lord and saviors to enter heaven in the after life. To them, jesus is not the lord and should not be followed as such. This is just one of the many mutually exclusive ideologies between the many religions on this plannet. Personally, I think that anything of the universe (other than god) that thinks they are cappable of even beginning to define god is FULL GOOSE BOZO without a SNOWBOARD. No, wait, I'm going back to my first answer: Liberace!
  • No, not truly believe in them all because one will always contradict the other.
  • No,it isnt. There is only one way to heaven and that way is Jesus Christ. Some religions place Satan and Jesus on the same level but the Bible clearly teaches that Satan{Lucifer} is a created angel while Jesus Christ is the Son of God.
  • No, all religions have different teachings. Therefore, you can't be tossed back and forth by the waves with childish instability. 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;"

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