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January 15, 2006

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Michael

I believe that everyone is able to believe whatever they want. The people of Islam have their path to heaven. As do the followers of Judaism. I think declaring Christianity as the sole path to heaven is quite selfish. And, disrespecting of other religions and cultures. If people of all faiths follow the dictates of the 10 commandments, regardless of their Diety, shouldn't they gain access to the Heaven of their faith? Once upon a time Christians were told to love all, regardless of their culture. Now, it has turned into our way or the highway. If there are room for millions of people in the world, there should be room for their beliefs to exist alongside one another. I think the black and white thinking of "Only way" or "biggest liar" is not Christian. It is an act of separation. And, inclusion of all is they way to the promised land.

TJ

Zig Ziglar was one of the most balanced people in the world. He dedicated his life to helping others. He lived a long time with good health, made good money, raised a great family, educated his mind, had great relationships, was an incredible teacher, master motivator, and a Christian. God was the center of his life. I believe he had the right idea, he made God the center of his life and God took care of all other areas. Sounds like he gave everyone else the same opportunity. He should have got a standing ovation and an award instead of labeled to controversy.

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