If one rejects a person or accepts a person based even on those personal beliefs, superstitions, opinions, conclusions, and thoughts of that person which do not pose an imminent or a remote danger to the well-being of one self, then one is bound to cause fragmentation.
Paraphrasing your point above, am I correct to understand that "if one rejects or accepts one's beliefs without imminent danger
for their own well-being, then division takes place"? I shall reply accordingly.
What is God's judgment on this, and how do we recognize it?
God doesn't decide between us with numbers nor with fatwas nor with opposing views among ourselves.
I?d like to get your own self-realization and understanding of GOD before we spin out verses from the Quran. For example, how do you know that it is ?God?s judgment? and ?God does and/or doesn?t decide? or ?God says and/or doesn?t say this or that? or ?God did and/or didn?t mention this or that?, etc., etc.? We can discuss this "GOD" issue over at the other section, if you like.
And the leaders who became arrogant form among his people said: "We will drive you out of our town Shu'ayb, along with those who believed with you, or else you will return to our creed!" He said: "Would you force us?"
The decision is made when one of the groups make their beliefs a danger to the well-being of others.
Aren?t the above statements common human traits mankind has witnessed eons since and still quite vibrant, only that the above specific statement addresses Shuaib in its own time, no?
I ask whoever that might read this: Why can't we unite as longs as our beliefs and interpretations of the quran do not encourage the destruction of one another, nor hinder us from contributing to betterment?
That?s a tough question Nadeem, but I'll try to respond. My personal view is that unless people shun all unprecedented imaginations, myths and conjectures (especially on religious grounds) and live in reality and what nature calls for, they can never unite and frankly, quite impossible.
I don't know if I've given you any intellectual thoughts Bro Danish, but it seems to me that "system of god" is the fetus, and "Organized religion" is the newborn, as long as we keep impregnanting our minds with condemnation towards eachother due to our non-lethal views.
Your thoughts are certainly relevant and must be analyzed and defined, as is mine and others too. And I?m glad we are here discussing them. I believe the ?essence of nature/reality? is the fetus (the truth), while an ?organized religion? stems from it, mixed with imaginations, myths, folklore, tales and so forth, for creed, greed and breed on individual or grouped basis, hence forming divisions. Mankind in essence, carries all fundamental unlying principles as dictated and directed by this very essence of nature/reality and is not subjected to any sole organized religion to understand its effects.
Please remember that these are my personal views coming out of my own reflections and understandings and ofcourse subject to scrutiny.