- Feb 24, 2017
- Uni Grad
Ya going on circles. I'm 100% sure you know exactly what I'm asking imao but just every time I ask this question to anyone from any religion I can never get a straight answer.The purpose is to serve god. One can only do so if they are aware of religion.
Hence, those who have died due to invincible ignorance do not get punished, as they were not able to be exposed to religion. However, over time, as evident through the Indigenous Australian community, the information becomes accessible and it is at that stage where God tests whether one believes or disbelieves, and that is when the verse comes in.
I have already stated earlier why God does not just « enlighten » everyone.
And I have already stated that Islam started off very small, in the period of « Quraysh » in which monotheism did not exist and everyone who is Muslim today is as a result of the people who were once unaware, becoming aware.
How is it the purpose of all humans to serve god when all humans aren't shown the relevant information about that purpose before they die?, even if they aren't punished.
That is the question. God doesn't have to enlighten everyone and I never said anything about that. God sent Jesus as a messenger to a certain part of the world right? Why didn't god send a messenger like that to other regions that were untouched as well?