Our Souls

We like to think of ourselves as normal, rational people. We make decisions based on only those facts that we can observe. We see superstitions as being silly and signs of weakness or ignorance. We want to accept our lives based on what we know is true.

Yet, at some point, there is an emptiness inside of most of us. And there is a sense that there must be something beyond us as individuals - something that is greater than the individual, that binds us together as a larger whole.

And we are not the only ones. People throughout the world, and throughout history have had a belief in some divine presence beyond ourselves, that unites us in some sense as part of a spiritual community.

Here, you have the opportunity to meet with people who share that belief. These beliefs take many forms, and share sets of beliefs that differ in their details, with respect to who is our creator and exactly what our creator wants from us. Yet they all seem to share a sense that this creator wants us to meet together in a spiritual community and share our spiritual bonds with each other and with this creator.

If you are curious about the spiritual aspects of your life, but don't have a religious affiliation, come here to learn and ask questions. Visit as many different religious communities as you want; you will be welcome. And perhaps you will find your spiritual home.

Christianity
Christianity, in it's many forms, is based on a simple premise: "For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, that who ever believes in him will not perish, but will have eternal life" No pain is so great that it can not be lifted by simply "believing in him". This is a compelling belief that has inspired millions of people around the world for hundreds of years. Come see if it works for you.
Islam
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Hinduism
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Buddhism
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Chinese Traditional Religion
"Chinese traditional religion" is meant to categorize the common religion of the majority Chinese culture: a combination of Confucianism, Buddhism, and Taoism, as well as the traditional non-scriptural/local practices and beliefs. For most religious Chinese who do not explicitly follow a different religion such as Islam or Christianity, these different ancient Chinese philosophies and traditions form a single, seamless composite religious culture and worldview. (reference)
Judaism
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Agnostic - I just don't know
This is a hard position to hold, and it offers little comfort - the premise that you are just not sure whether there is a creator, or what your creator wants you to do with your life. Believers of other faiths find this unsatisfactory, and would like you to get off the fence. Yet, for many people, this is their reality. Come meet them here and talk about what this means for you. How do you live your life with such uncertainty? How do you survive tremendous hardship without knowing your purpose in life?
Athiests - there is no god
An athiest is one who is certain that there is no define being or creator. You don't see one and you don't need one. Yet, this is not particularly comforting in those times of crisis when you world is collapsing around you. And of course, you will be open for criticism by every kind of religious believer. How do you live with this belief? Come here to find others who understand and accept you.
Sikhism
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Yoruba Religion
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Juche
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Spiritism
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Babi and Baha'i Faiths
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Jainism
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Shinto
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Cao Dai
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Tenrikyo
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Neo-Paganism
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Unitarian - Universalism
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Scientology
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Rastafarianism
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Zoroastrianism
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