Why did religion not spread in the Arctic?

Take a good look at the above map and think for a while. Now tell me you don’t find it a little disturbing. Tell me that how religion, which each and every single one of them claims to be “universal”, does not look so universal.

If God wanted us to belong a certain religion than that certain religion is suppose to spread evenly and should have reached even the furthest corner of the arctic region. Meaning the Eskimo’s to the Aborigine’s should have been following the same religion as the rest of the world.


But that did not happen and the Eskimo’s and the Aborigine’s are left with no or their own versions of religion. Why would God do that? why would God allow that to happen?

Food, to the clothing, to the lifestyle to which each religion suites (according to the race also, of course) are written in the Holy books of those religion. Aborigine’s have no book, also the Eskimo’s do not have any holy book cause paper or papyrus never got to them and they never could invent it by themselves even. The fact of the matter is, if there was no paper there would be no religion.

Written words on papers made into Holy books are religion. So since the paper nor the book ever made it to the Arctic or the furthest corner of Greenland – so religion has not spread in the arctic.

As God is One – he wants us to be One.

Author: ecloudy

I live in the United States, meditate, do Zen and help people find meaning to present day religious conflicts. Read my opinions (on religion) to find out how I changed my thoughts on life, religion and God - sharing my knowledge and life experiences with you, now doing so living in a country which destiny chose for me.