Is this the same building that has the ten commandments in all they're granite glory?
.... was the goddess liberty dressed up as Mary?
You can find flaws in anything or one that is of the world cause we are sin nature bound thanks to adam and eve so there is nothing perfect but to be christ like is our goal. Not every religion is based of works as you are getting at but in my religion once saved always saved you dont have to do good works to get into heaven maybe rewards yes thats a more accurate statement. But even when you ask christ into to your heart that sin nature well be there tell you leave this earth. Offends me people try and make most religions have flaws yes some to but i read the bible not some body else is version thrown together using a scripture here and there then throws there own litle belief or theories in there. Just think about it. Make you have facts instead of theories.
May super natural God's Spirit of perfect and perfecting true love touch your heart [of the mind.]
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