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Religious Geography Debunked


Religion, An Accident of Birth? Geography (one’s place of birth), and the brand of one’s parent’s religion are undeniably the single greatest influence on a theist's particular flavor of Faith. Where one is born is not controlled, it is destiny; Fate. But does this inescapable fate turn into free will? Is this free will required for Afterlife accountability? 
And does God ELOHIM call everyone regardless of location?

- PART 1 -  
Religion by Location

If you were born in Israel, you'd probably be Jewish. 
whether Messianic or not is up to you.

Messianic Judaism is a syncretic[1] religious movement that arose in the 1960s and 70s.[9] It blends evangelical Christian theology with elements of religious Jewish practice and terminology.[14] Messianic Judaism generally holds that Jesus is both the Jewish Messiah and "God the Son" (one person of the Trinity).

If you were in born in Saudi Arabia, you'd probably be Muslim.
whether Messianic or not is up to you.

Messianic Muslims” who continue to read the Koran, visit the mosque and say their daily prayers BUT accept Christ as their Savior are the products of the strategy, which is being tried in several countries, according to Youth With a Mission (YWAM), one of the organizations involved. That “YWAM is also adopting the approach in India, where a team is working with a Hindu holy man.” (Foundation, May/June 2000, p. 39) [see article where this is quoted.
In other words: They accept Christ (as the son of God) + believe in Allah (their God), not valid and they would quickly be corrected (view testimonies here).

If you were born in India, you'd probably be Hindu. 

Is it Possible to be a Hindu Follower of Christ? No. -Source
These two doctrines contradict each other massively.
 It cannot be done. 

Hint: The trinity.

“Probably the best way to say it is someone that is born to Hindu parents is a Hindu 
and you can have any beliefs you want, leaving behind the Hindu religion.”

If you were born in Europe, you'd probably be an Atheist. 
whether skeptic or not is up to you.

When this accusation against belief in God is studied critically, however, it becomes apparent that these atheists are making a moot point. What does it matter if the biggest predictor of a person’s religion is geography? Does that mean that the information is necessarily false? If that were the case, we could simply lump atheism in with all other “religions” and say that geography is the single biggest predictor of whether a person will claim atheism. Polls indicate that those born in China or the former Soviet Union, and certain other areas of Europe, are much more likely to be atheists than other areas of the globe (“Major Religions of the World…,” 2007). So what does that mean about atheism? Should it be rejected soley on the basis of geography? We are forced by rationality to understand that it means nothing—other than the fact that most people, including atheists, adopt the beliefs of the people nearest to them. It says nothing whatsoever about the truth of the beliefs.

"This thought has been in the back of my head for a long time. I just have a lot of trouble believing that it just so happens divinity struck people in different areas more." -Source

I propose that the religion you belong to is largely based upon geography, where you are born and what the prevailing religion of that area is. Meaning religious people are religious people. If a christian today in the U.S. was born and raised in Iran, for instance, they would be a muslim. And take a muslim born and raised in the middle-east, if they were born in the U.S. would most likely turn out Christian. Further, people that are drawn to religion are drawn to not necessarily what is right, but what is popular and prevalent. -Correct.

There are thousands, millions in fact, of Christians in China. That's just one example, but I am sure there are many other examples that go against your theory. -Correct.


 No matter where you live or are born, most likely you will be raised and become what your parents are. Muslims who are born in the USA become Muslims...Jews born in the USA are Jews in adult life. A Christian born to Christian parents in Iran, will be Christian.

So, It starts with geography, (yes it does!)
AND THEN it ends with free-will.

Jewish -> Orthodox Judaism -> Messianic Judaism -> Christian! 
That's one example!

 Evangelical Christian -> Faith groups -> Christian (non-denomination)!
That's another. 

then CHRIST FINDS YOU, from wherever you are.

Geography: he study of the physical features of the earth and its atmosphere, and of human activity as it affects and is affected by these, including the distribution of populations and resources, land use, and industries

Free-will: the power of acting without the constraint of necessity or fate; 
the ability to act at one's own discretion.

The most obvious one is geography. Geography is the greatest single predictor of what religion a person will have. If you were born in Baghdad, you can pretty much predict what religion that person will have. If you were born in Tennessee, you can pretty much predict what kind of person you are going to be with your religion, generally. It’s the highest predictor."


Q: Trust alone? No. 
A: The verification is available.
 However, it can only come through revelation.

Q: What makes you certain that your particular religion is true? 
A: Because it explains, reveals, and debunks the rest. 
In an undeniable way.

"And again, I have to say, in reality, God's Word is not a religion, 
but let's just leave the world continue to think it is..." 

Don't Believe? 
Start with the Islam god Allah

Then Horus

Now the question is . . . 
Why does the world believe in a creator?

ACCESS: Religious Geography

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Chose a supernatural side - Christ (miracles and wonders)
or Anti-christ (false miracles and wonders

1) Achieving the impossible without Technology = No more Atheism/skepticsm.
2) Force to worship the Anti-Christ.

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