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October 03, 2012

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According to what you say, a true religion must (1) teach us a path to the transcendent, that (2) we can recognize for ourselves in this life (3).

Do you think all three are requirements to qualify for the prestigious 'true religion' title? And if yes, why? What about a religion that accomplishes just condition (1) and (2)?

So, let's say, a religion that showed us a path to the transcendent, but not in this life, instead, let's say, in the next life.

If we truly believe in reincarnation, then what's the hurry? Why it has to be THIS life?

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