How religions establish and change their beliefs
about God, humanity, & the rest of the universe.
How you got here:
This is actually one of the main sections of the www.ReligiousTolerance.org web site. You may have arrived here via the ReligiousTolerance home page, or directly from www.religiouschange.org.
We consider this the most important section of our web site. That
is why so many internal hyperlinks lead to this menu.
We were surprised to find that the very simple domain names -- religiouschange.org and religiouschange.com -- were still available for registering in 2012-JUN, over 17 years after this website first went online. I suspect that the concept of change is not very often associated with religion. And so, it had never occurred to anyone to register these domain names.
About this topic and the rest of the web site:
Almost all religious web sites discuss only the religious and spiritual beliefs of the webmaster or the site's sponsors.
This site is an exception.
It is one of the very few locations on the Internet that attempt to explain all viewpoints, traditions, denominations, etc. within the full diversity of Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, and other religions.
This means that you should see your beliefs reflected in parts of this web site. But you will also come across teachings with which you strongly disagree. That is to be expected. It is unavoidable.
Our main catchment area is North America. Thus we concentrate on Christianity because there are about 5 Christians for each American and Canadian in the next largest religious group: the NOTAS ("None Of The Above"); that term refers to persons unaffiliated with any organized religion. There are also about 30 Christians for each of the next smaller organized religions: Judaism and Islam.