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The series will be called "unanswered" and will try to shine light on people's religious beliefs.
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“Unanswered…smoke, mirrors and God” The title of this project reflects the confusion that many of us have about God. The definition of smoke and mirrors is, “Cover-up: something that is intended to draw attention away from something else that somebody would prefer to remain unnoticed.” (Bing dictionary) It is the intention of this study to free people from religious demands and from performing for God and others in hopes of being “good enough for God”. We think that by working through the entire study, you will get a fresh, perhaps new perspective, as to how God loves and equips us to make a difference in this world beginning with our own families at home, in the church or at the workplace. 2014-02-28 00:48:31 GMT 2014-03-06 21:00:00 (GMT -08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed 10 0 0 direct invitation(s) have been sent by the voice seeker resulting in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far. Voice123 SmartCast is seeking 10 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 10 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
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First that good behavior and good performance equal a happy god and a reward when we die, but only if our good behavior outweighs our bad behavior. Others would simplify this theology by saying it is about “living a good and moral life”
Secondly that from the top of the religious food chain all the way down to the ordinary participant – the vast majority of those whom are convinced that their religion and god is absolute truth cannot explain why. They just believe what they believe and can’t defend how they have arrived at their eternal lottery pick.
So, have we all have become performance addicts? It makes sense. We’ve been trained from an early age to be drawn close to those people or things that gives us approval and satisfaction. From our parents melting with smiles and applause at our first steps or the loud cheers of acclimation when we score a goal – we earn some form of affirmation. From the beginning every culture and human being has shaped by the presence and approval of others. We live to seek the affirmation of people and long term this approval-driven performance often comes with a price tag that is more expensive than we first understood. Our research “Screams” that this is most people’s view of religion and god. The pressure is on from the moment we first learn that our performance is tied to receiving something - especially love. It’s only natural to believe that this is the character of a higher power that is either pleased or dis-pleased with our behavior and achievements.
So what happens when individuals bring this attitude of approval-driven performance their faith exploration? Is it possible that good performance doesn’t equal religious or eternal nirvana?. We set out to explore these tough questions that were outlined in the previous segments only to find this common thread of performance as a basis for earning things – especially love – as the one true god people have been taught to look to. “If we are a better person our God of choice will have to love us more. – right?”
What if there is a God and his love for us had nothing to do how well we live life? Is this ludicrous? How can the only thing that all religions promote and agree on - is that performance is the master to our destiny? Is it really all up to us?
What if the truth is that every religion is no more than a system for those at the top to control those who seek approval and love while lining their own pockets or at the very least feeding their own need to be known and appreciated? While this might sound too far-reaching, it’s not so easy to dismiss. Until it can be dismissed or affirmed we are pressing on in our search for the answers to our toughest questions about all major religions claims.
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