Would the world be a better place if its inhabitants all followed the same religion? Yes, but only if each person were to earnestly practice it to the best of their ability, with humility, and without judgment accepting every natio...
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...ed; no one is perfect. Ergo the deficit of this hypothetical world: what would be left to choice and free will? And what would happen if someone were to sin? It would be a sin for another to punish that person. Contemplating that, the point I’d like to make is that hypothetically, if everyone could completely lay their human selfishness down at the feet of Jesus, and understand and agree with each other, be totally honest with and open minded to other’s thoughts and feelings, and live in absolute peace and harmony with one another the world would truly be a better place for all on so many different levels. Although it is obviously not possible to reach a goal set this unrealistically high, it is an interesting though to ponder when considering how different the world would be when Adam committed that original sin, and what role women play in the corruption of men.
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