If all religions would be perfectly right, they would merge into one. But that turns out to be impossible even for very close religious trends.

If they were completely wrong, atheism would have established itself as the only religion. But the most powerful historical experience for this in Eastern Europe in the last century was not a role model and failed.

The float that holds religions not to sink is not their specific dogmas, but the power of instinct-knowledge that there is a Creator, and that man has personal responsibility for their thinking, talking and behaviour.

Religions cannot be considered bearers of truth because they have embraced the three fundamental constructs that are inconsistent with normality:

  • Man is godlike
  • God is humanlike
  • God has given man power and authority to rule over all the earth and everything living on it.

These and the resulting other delusions open doors for controversial interpretations and corresponding differences between denominations.