Acts 4:12; Matthew 7:13-14; Proverbs 14:12
People often argue that all religions are basically the same.
They all teach people good moral religions and like roads leading up a mountain,
all these different paths will lead to the same place eventually.
In a lot of ways, this is one of the most disrespectful thing one can say
to a follower of another religion. In the name of tolerance and acceptance,
one wipes away precious principles that the other person
feels are of supreme importance, to themselves and to that person’s God.
On a practical level, this analogy doesn’t hold up either;
not all roads will reach the summit.
So what do we say to people of various religions?
And what do we do with the Bible’s claim
that Salvation is only found in Jesus?
This week we will examine what these religions say for themselves.
Do they claim to have a way for us to discover personal,
conscious fellowship with a personal, Holy God?