Saturday, May 16, 2015

Religion vs. Spirituality...As The World Sees It....

This segment of "The View" deals with an ever changing dynamic of the interpretation of man's spiritual self. Though the point of view espoused here is nothing new upon the pages of history, it is still interesting to see how the carnal mind continues to reinterpret truth in effort to appeal to human sensibilities, reaffirming the path of moral relativism, as the mode and method of truth.

The question that should be asked of Raven, Toni, and others, is IF the path of truth is only based on "spirituality" and the new Christian buzz word saying of "relationship" (as Toni states) then how is truth identified, and upon what basis can anything be said to be true?

John 14:6 ~ Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.

The problem is this, many people can do a lot of things and still call themselves "spiritual". Even witches and flat out devil worshipers can be said to be "spiritual". And, "relationship" does not satisfy anything either. In fact 'relationship" suggests having an "understanding", which may or may not be based on true and ethical standards. All paths to spirituality and relationship cannot be correct? If the words of Jesus are true, then the path that he has established is the ONLY and exclusive and acceptable path of both truth and relationship.

Since the criticism was that of Christianity, I believe the biggest problem here is the problem of the life of a person as it relates to TRUTH. People are comfortable with anything that does not challenge their life and lifestyle. Call it what you want to, but to be content to live in a self made fantasy, and a world in which one creates and defines their own truth is a sick proposition. One can call that anything but an evolution.





"I have a personal rejection to religion itself, but spirituality is through everybody, no matter what God you praise to." - Raven-Symoné on a new poll showing a shift away from traditional religious denominations
Posted by The View on Tuesday, May 12, 2015

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