November 10, 2006
I spent many adult years idly seeking a religion I could learn from, but in my egotistical view they all had problems. I finally concluded that, sinse most claimed singular correctness, all were wrong except one, and perhaps ALL were wrong.
A man of the cloth said I had it backwards. Whether a man drew things in the sand of his cave, or was a wealthy Presbyterian, if his faith satisfied HIS spiritual needs, it was correct.
I believed that until I saw crazed "believers" beheading young schoolgirls, and deliberately shooting small children and their mothers.
Yes, there are exceptions.