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Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Without Holy Books, How Else Can We Know?
Unity Consciousness #38

If all physical copies of all holy books somehow disappeared, would religions disappear?

Naturally, the knowledge in the memory of the followers would begin to fade. Sooner or later, future generations would begin to say, since we don't have the opportunity to read for ourselves the things we are being told...

Please Answer A Few Questions

1. Is there another way to know the most important parts of this religion?

2. How else can we find the Divine?

3. How else can we know how people are supposed to live?

4. Is it possible to understand without using information from a book that no longer exists?

5. If the Supreme authorized others to write these books again, do you think the books would say the exact same thing?


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