Religion or Mythology
Many religions claim to steel myths from other, while history can easily prove the facts!
Generation after generation; adapting new habits, knowledge, and myths. It is funny what makes knowledge on the same line with mythologies. Many nations concentrate on discoveries and economies; however, keeps a red line when it comes to belief. Why are many religious habits unquestionable if they are true? People hear about worshipping many idols, cows, gods, sons of god, bhagwan, ...etc. Furthermore, the claim of the dying and resurrection of the son of God had similar stories throughout: Egyptian son of God, Horus; Persian sons of God, Mithra and Tammuz; Greek son of God, Dionysus; Indian sons of God, Yeshua and Krishna. Isn’t there suppose to be one true and many fake, or are they all just the same human-made mythology? They all talk about historical miracles. But has any of them were ever proven? Many doubts fill many minds. Most humans are just relaxed and calm, refusing to even think about it. Do they really agree that they should listen like a baby, believing in whatever is told to them? So let us look at some figures to critically think for ourselves, if the religious arguments really make sense or not.
According to the historical sequence, most conflicts are between the following religions. The Abrahamic Religion, forming the unity of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam: Believing in Adam, starting life with basic knowledge from God as the first man on earth; following his continues prophecy descendants to Noah, where history still couldn’t prove exact dates; descending to Abraham, born on 1948 BC, forming great nations through his first two sons, Ishmael and Isaac; the second son Isaac, descending to Moses on 1391 BC and Jesus Christ on 5 BC; the first son Ishmael, descending to Muhammad on 570 AD. Furthermore, many beliefs came in between like Horus, the Egyptian son of God, worshipped around 2200 BC. Dionysus, the Greek son of God, worshiped around 1000 BC. Mithra, the Persian Zoroastrianism son of God, was first known around 600 BC; which was also a religion of the Roman Empire before Christianity around 200 AD. Buddha, founder of Buddhism faith, born on 563 BC. Yaksha and Nagas, were worshipped by Hinduism around 400 BC.
After all, we realize from the history many interfered mythologies; fighting against each other in the late centuries, each claiming to be the true source. If there really is one God like most religions explains, wouldn’t he had his sons introduce each other? Or are they all just myths, steeling stories and delusions from each other to sound similar? The Egyptian and Greek mythologies already ended many generations ago, having nothing to do with the modern religion attacks. There are many claims from Zoroastrianism scholars that the Abrahamic religion is based on their stories; claiming that Zoroastrianism is 1500 BC, with no historical evidence. At the same time, Abrahamic religion scholars claim that Zoroastrianism is mostly taken from Abrahamic religion. Furthermore, even if they claim to be 1500 years before Christ, Abrahamic religion still holds an earlier history and wider scientific fundamentals. However, political and cultural influence are still corrupting the true religious principles, till this moment. Judaism got rid of the historical son of god myths; but still influenced by the Zionist politics, clamming to have the right of the Holy Land of Jerusalem. Stating that the land is for the descendants of Abraham, but denying that the Arabs are descendants of Abraham, too. Jerusalem has been a multi-faith land for thousands of years, and shouldn’t stay occupied by a single faith state like Israel, killing and kicking out Arab Christians and Muslims. Zionist Jews claim that Palestine is a new name given by Arabs, even though their holy book mentions the name of the land, stating, “And Abraham stayed in the land of the Philistines for a long time” (Genesis NIV 21:34). Furthermore, Jesus always ordered to worship God and pray to God, not himself; also stating, "To you first, God, having raised up His Servant Jesus, sent Him to bless you, in turning away every one of you from your iniquities.” (Acts NKJV 3:26). Many influence are still dividing Christians, having different opinions in many core belief of Christianity. Nevertheless, Muslims are recently claimed to be terrorists, even though their holy book Quran never allowed so, stating: “O you who believe, do not consume each others' properties illicitly - only mutually acceptable transactions are permitted. You shall not kill yourselves. GOD is Merciful towards you.” (Quran 4:29). So those regime radicals, whom call themselves Muslims, don’t even represent %1 of the 1.6 billion population. Likewise, an estimate of %5 still disbelieve that HIV is the cause of Aids. Should we believe that, too? History explains that the Roman Empire also ruled and forced Christianity in many nations, murdering in the name of Christ; however, that still doesn’t mean Christians are terrorists, as Christianity is actually against all that. In addition, many Buddha scholars explained that Buddhism is not a religion like many claim, but a way of life; while it can be practiced along with any faith. Nevertheless, we should separate politic and cultural influence from religion, to understand what is the religion really about.
Furthermore, science is always based on continues experiments and opinions, while those opinions are changeable at anytime; however, when a scientific opinion matches a sacred text, scientists usually don’t find any reason to change that opinion. The creation of the universe has been known since the period of Noah and Abraham--a couple thousand years ago, like creatures, earth, sun, moon, stars, planets, etc. During the Internet era, many near-death experiences has been publicly shared, explaining the feeling of heaven and hell. Therefore, the Last Testament’s description of shooting stars is clear now: stopping whom tries to exceed the skies without God’s permission (Quran 37:6-10). In other words, the good souls do have the permission to leave our skies, but the evil spirits are pursued by a shooting star. Another scientific match with a sacred text is the Human Embryonic Development. Professor Keith L Moore is a founding member of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists. He was also honored and awarded from many international associations, too. He was also an author of the book entitled “The Developing Human: Clinically Oriented Embryology”, widely published and translated to 8 languages. His research were recently done with extremely advanced technologies, proving the exact stages of a human embryonic development (Moore, p.65-82); however, he was shocked to read the same steps in a 1400 year-old holy book, stating:
We created the human being from an extract of clay. Subsequently, we reproduced him from a tiny drop, that is placed into a well protected repository. Then we developed the drop into a alaqah [leech, suspended thing, and blood clot], then developed the alaqah into a mudgah [chewed substance], then created the mudghah into bones, then covered the bones with flesh. We thus produce a new creature. Most blessed is GOD, the best Creator. (Quran 23:12-14)
Professor Moore announced his belief in the Last Testament afterwards, at the Seventh Medical Conference in Dammam, Saudi Arabia in 1981.
Concluding that real religions and science are always hand by hand. A human doesn’t need to be a scientist to believe. Logic is built in our mind, so why don’t we use it? Hate and division is man-made, so humans can still avoid it. Mythologies are also man-made, but people still fall for it. Hence, real religions can be easily recognized, while funny mythologies are easily busted. Anybody can personally attack or criticize anything, but reality will always prove itself. Focus on the resources of those criticized religions, which will give you an idea how nonsense the claims are.
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