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If God is one why has he created so many religions ?

asked 2019-07-29 19:49:25 -0500

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updated 2019-07-31 11:49:16 -0500

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If God is one and everyone should pray to 1 God then why are there so many religions and

Even in one religion so many branches, e.g. Sikh -> Amritdhari, Keshdhari, NaamDhaari, etc .etc

My Question is very simple and doesn't require any discussion if Onkar is Ik (One) then the true religion should also be Ik (One).

If true religion is One then all the sects of it (Amritdhari,Kesdhari, Sahajdhari, Mona Sikh, Nikarkari, Naamdhaari ) are false as they don't follow the Guru Nanak's principal of IK, Is this statement true or false ?

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answered 2019-07-31 11:50:31 -0500

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There are many paths because each person is different: different karmas, different attitudes, different understanding, different physical and mental conditions. Each path is appropriate to a person according to his or her stage of spiritual evolution in the current incarnation. Some are on a path of bhakti; some on a path of shakti, some are spiritually immature souls, some more mature.

All rivers lead to the ocean and all spiritual paths lead to the One.

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