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

Posted: January 3, 2014 in Apologetics, Quotes, Religious Pluralism
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Religious pluralism is its own religion.

As it turns out, each of the reasons for subscribing to religious pluralism—enlightenment, humility, and tolerance—all backfire. They don’t carry through. Religious pluralism isn’t enlightened, it’s inaccurate; it isn’t humble, it’s fiercely dogmatic; and it isn’t really all that tolerant because it intolerantly blunts religious distinctions. In the end, religious pluralism is a religion, a leap of faith, based on contradiction and is highly untenable. Christianity, on the other hand, respects and honors the various distinctions of other religions, comparing them, and honoring their differing principles–Karma (Hinduism), Enlightenment (Buddhism), Submission (Islam), and Grace (Christianity).”

— Jonathon Dodson

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

simul iustus et peccator,

Eric

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Comments
  1. agnophilo says:

    Sure, lets go back to killing each other instead.

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