TED Conversations

This conversation is closed. Start a new conversation
or join one »

Judaism - Christianity - Islam

You all share a common God!

Why are the other faiths interpreting God's message in an incorrect way?

Topics: God faith religion
0
Share:

Showing single comment thread. View the full conversation.

  • Jul 17 2011: And we Jews believe G-d went with the temple in 72 CE, and will come back.
    Now I think that when he comes back we will see who is right, and all convert to that religion.
    Because the descriptions of the end are such that all 3 religions see it differently.
    Until then we shall live in peace. The end.
    Anyway Jewdaism (and probably the world as we know it) has 200+- years and ticking. If the end doesn't come then- I convert. The problem is- the end will come then.
    • thumb
      Jul 17 2011: Whatever it is, we must live peacefully and at the same time promote peace.correct?
    • thumb
      Jul 19 2011: "Anyway Jewdaism (and probably the world as we know it) has 200+- years and ticking."
      Where exactly is that claim made i.e. what source?
      (I'm not going to even bother asking for evidence, as I know you have none)

      I'm asking because there have always been doomsday predictions in almost all of written history. Needless to say none of them ever came true.

      And, in case you haven't guessed already, they all share a common characteristic - they're all either to occur within one's lifetime, or within the next generation or two. There is a reason for that, but I don't think you want to know it.

Showing single comment thread. View the full conversation.