The awful burden of the unsolved riddles of existence

I think the unsolved riddles of existence are very confusing.  The fact that gravity is gravity and what it does, and how the sky is blue and why colors are colors. I often think of these things when there no other things to think of or when I space out.  The riddle is, “Are all churches the same?” Father Mike Smitchz thinks that all churches are different because it depends on what they talking about, what part of the world they are in and what kind of religion they are teaching. I do not think churches are the same and here is why.

Churches depend on what they are talking about.  Some churches decide to talk about different things over the course of the year.  Some churches may talk about the same thing over the course of the year but that does not mean that they teach the same, year-round.  Through the session, priest covers a lot of ground that they are supposed to teach, like Canada and other countries, Gr. 9 would be completely different learning methods and styles.

Churches depend on what part of the world they are in. If you are in Muslim countries they do mosques which are a form of the church where they worship god on their knees.  The world has a lot of these types of churches but that does not mean that they are the same.  What I am trying to say is that different countries different churches.

Last but not least, Churches depend on religion to see what to teach. The way I see it is if you are at a mosque and a priest shows up and starts talking about Christianity when you’re a Buddhist.  There are many different religions and a church divides people into what religious church they shall attend and participate in as there religion.

I hope I have gathered enough clues to tell you why churches are all not the same and why religion, what part they are in, and talking about has give you a clue on my belief.

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