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If you believe religion is important and believe in one supreme being then why don't you accept the Islamic faith? Islam is the most pure religion, it has a  perfect theology of no-division of God. There is only one God and there is a high level of morality, both in ritual and sexual domain.

About the other gods they pretend to be God but are not. In Islam, all other gods are spiritual entities in rebellion against God from the beginning of time. Their names should be erased. Many of those gods are spirits of unnatural entities that originated in the very ancient time. Those gods corrupted humans, particularly women and committed unnatural sins with them. The so-called demigods and gods of pagan religions are an abomination in the sight of God. Why should someone worship those? If one does not accept God all what one does is in vain. God is the best giver of sustenance. God can give better nourishment than the other gods. Therefore, one should worship God alone, who can offer us the best in the afterlife.

[4:117] They even worship female gods besides Him; as a matter of fact, they only worship a rebellious devil.

[6:100] Yet, they set up beside GOD idols from among the jinns, though He is the One who created them. They even attribute to Him sons and daughters, without any knowledge. Be He glorified. He is the Most High, far above their claims.

[3:79] Never would a human being whom GOD blessed with the scripture and prophethood say to the people, "Idolize me beside GOD." Instead, (he would say), "Devote yourselves absolutely to your Lord alone," according to the scripture you preach and the teachings you learn.

1. All religions are different paths to the one destination. One takes up that path, which suit his/her individual temperament, as willed by the Almighty. No path is greater or lesser.

2. Realize that one Supreme being, through the path of your choice first. The answer to your question will dawn by itself.

ॐ तत् सत्
(That Supreme being is the absolute truth)  


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