Updating a Religion

Evolutionists have said that as the vast majority of scientists believe in evolution it must be true, or at least it makes creation unlikely to be true. But does the belief of the majority make something true?

If astronauts had been told that there was an atmosphere on the moon which could support them, and they had removed their helmets, they would have died. Even if every single person in the world believed that man could breathe the air on the moon it would not make it true.

In a situation like this, if one person spoke up and said that it was not possible to breathe the air on the moon he would have been mocked and treated with contempt, even though he was the only one who spoke the truth.

Scientists originally thought that there was no water on the moon, that new nerve cells in the brain could not be produced after birth, and that planets always orbit their star anticlockwise. All of these claims, held by all scientists to be 100% fact, have recently been proved false.

There is only one truth, and there can only be one truth. Whether or not you believe it is of no consequence: disbelief doesn’t make it any less true. Even if nobody at all believes the truth it cannot make it untrue.

In the same way, either one religion is true or none of them is true. If one religion is true then what is thought or said about it is not going to change it; and if anybody attempts to alter its rules they are really showing their disbelief.

If 99% of people decide to change the rules of a particular religion, and this religion is indeed the only true religion that offers eternal life, they are disobeying the original rules and doing nothing more than condemning themselves to damnation.