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World Religions

Learn All About Religion Inside This Book
Narrated by: Brian Schell
Length: 45 mins
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The five world religions are Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam. Each religion has a different history, a different prophet, and a different set of rituals and traditions, all coming to the same conclusion. That conclusion is this: To honor that which is divine is to honor one’s self and to honor one’s fellow man. 

A good, righteous, virtuous life looks the same in every religion: It is to live with truth, kindness, respect, and forgiveness, for one’s self and for others.

©2018 Logan William Reynolds (P)2018 Logan William Reynolds

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Very interesting

Would Religions
by Midnight Dream Publishing (Amazon audio book)
Narrated by Bryan Schell
I found this book very interesting. Very well narrated.
I have been looking for answers of religions for a long time. I have come to the conclusion, and I feel there is a God the Creator.
I interpret all Religions, and Science. As one big ABSOLUTELY unknown. Since the beginning of time mankind has created their own answers in the name of Religion, or Science. For ever seeking answers
Keep asking questions till there is nothing left, but one answer.
Basically the simplest answer is God the creator, or whatever you, you’re self want to believe, or believe in.
This book answers a lot of questions on a lot of different religions. I found it very interesting.