You are an important part of the religious revolution!
Here are a few things that will help you start to reveal to your spiritual circle that all religions are simply different systems of spiritual symbolism that represent the very same spiritual truths.
1) FUNDAMENTAL PERSPECTIVE
We respect, honor, and celebrate the immense wisdom, culture, and diversity that is the very heartbeat of all of the world's great religions. We don't want to destroy religion itself, and lose this precious legacy; we want to end spiritual illiteracy!
2) FUNDAMENTAL SPIRITUAL LITERACY
We're not going to spoil all of the fun for you by telling you how to interpret all of the spiritual symbols found within your religion; but, we do recognize the importance of presenting common interpretations of the most fundamental spiritual symbols.
"God": The physical, psychological, and spiritual personification of the one infinite and eternal universe.
"Prayer": Personal communication with some aspect of the universe.
"Good"*: That which contributes to a state of wholistic health and happiness.
"Evil"*: That which contributes to a state of wholistic disease and unhappiness.
"The Devil": The physical, psychological, and spiritual personification of "Evil" (that which contributes to wholistic disease and unhappiness).
*When making judgements about what is "good" and what is "evil", we strongly suggest that you think deeply about the difference between actions and entities (aka the "sin" and the "sinner").
Since so many people have been asking for recommendations for books that further explain spiritual symbolism (thereby nurturing spiritual literacy), we have decided to share a few of our favorites with you.
3) THE CENTER FOR NON-LITERAL THEISM
When Theism is properly understood, in terms of its spiritual symbolism, it is referred to as Non-literal Theism (Non-literal Christianity, Non-literal Islam, Non-literal Judaism, etc.) according to the new/emerging "God-clarifying" philosophical classification system. (more information)
We support this new classification system for three primary reasons:
1) It implies spiritual literacy.
2) It implies rejection of the "false-God" of traditional Theism.
3) It draws attention to a critical and unacknowledged point of view.
For more information, please visit The Center for Non-Literal Theism.
4) FRIENDS OF THE RELIGIOUS REVOLUTION
5) CONNECT WITH OTHER REVOLUTIONARIES
It's time to speak up.
THE CENTER FOR RELIGIOUS REVOLUTION