The Civil Writer Magazine

The Boeing 777 is a wide-body airliner developed and manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplanes, commonly referred to as the Triple Seven. It can accommodate 440 passengers in a single-class system. Of those 440 passengers there is a likelihood that 10% of the people prayed to there various Gods. On a flight there are Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Jews and Catholics. Five different religions praying to 5 different Gods.

Praying is God specific as well as the faith behind it. The unknown variable is, will a Muslim's prayer help a Christian or a Jew. Are gods prejudice, judgmental of others who don't believe in them. Doesn't an airplane put the different religions on the spot being all are equal on a flight to survive or die. If a particular religious prayer works then shouldn't those affiliated with that God survive a crash.

If an airplane crashed and multiple religious people survived, there are many things to consider. 1. All prayers work therefore there are multiple Gods 2. No prayer works because of timing and chance. 3. There is only one God showing favor to all. But if an Atheist survive who doesn't pray what is the message when a Christian dies. If nobody survives is that evidence that all prayers are void of substance.

I believe there is one God that nobody corners the market by praying to them.