What Is Unique About Christianity Among The World Religions? – The Gospel Project

Posted: December 27, 2013 in Apologetics, Quotes, Religious Pluralism
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The intolerance of religious pluralism…

 

The claim that all paths lead to the same God actually minimizes other religions by asserting a new religious claim. When someone says all paths lead to the same God, they blunt the distinctions between religions, throwing them all in one pot, saying: “See, they all get us to God so the differences don’t really matter.” This isn’t tolerance; it’s a power play. When asserting all religions lead to God, the distinctive and very different views of God and how to reach the divine in Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity, and Islam are brushed aside in one powerful swoop. The Eightfold Noble Path, the 5 Pillars of Islam, and the Gospel of Christ are not tolerated but told they must submit to a new religious claim–religious pluralism–despite the fact that this isn’t what those religions teach. When it does this, religious pluralism places itself on top of all other religions.”

 

via What Is Unique About Christianity Among The World Religions? – The Gospel Project.

simul iustus et peccator,

Eric

 

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  2. DogTags says:

    Ravi Zacharias said that those who say all religions are fundamentally the same but superficially different are wrong, for religions are superficially the same but fundamentally different.

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