Paul F. Ernst

(Cincinnati, Ohio, USA)

The Word Game Edge - Poem by Paul F. Ernst

Religion, by nature, must teach and practice the whole
truth, always. If religion fails, mankind necessarily suffers. Why?
The human body desires truth like it does water.
Truth and error cannot coexist harmoniously. The serious
problems of the modern world give credence to the troubled world.
Many people who strive and trust in traditional religions
are somehow fooled that religious heritage guarantees religious
truth. Every bit of religious information however, unsupported by
factual data, should be dismissed as false.
Until the 19th Century, the Bible's infallibility remained
unquestioned. Today, however, a clearer, Christian, conception of the Bible is imperative. To find a better understanding of the
Perfect Nature should be undertaken, by everyone. From this
investigation human beings shall improve in all aspects of life,
love, wisdom.
Peace on earth will remain a dream until the religious
myths and mistakes are admitted and substituted by the known
truth. People must understand their relationship to life, love, and
wisdom.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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