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Re: religious fundamentalism
 
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Re: religious fundamentalism


"Who's interpretation is correct? I don't think any of them are."

At the end of the day it comes down to an individuated composite that one takes on as a belief system. In the case of christianity it is a belief system mostly borrowed from others and then, as we have witnessed, has variances depending on filters and other influences.

Yes truth is liquid, evolves, flows depending on choices and agreements made. Together all choices made by all points of consciousness make up the grand "truth." This is a truth that has many vantage points and expressions because it all stems out of infinite potential allowing any or all truths to coexist.
 

 
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