What is "Pluralism"? Can all Religions be true? - Intelligent Faith Radio

What does the popular idea of "Pluralism" teach? Is it possible for opposite ideas to true simultaneously? Could it really be the case that all religions are true?? This idea deserves investigation, since it would result in the intellectual overthrow of anyone believing in absolute, exclusive truth...

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An Apologetic Master: Interview of Dr. Geisler

Are you familiar with the work of Dr. Norman Geisler?  If not, I hope that you will take some time and acquaint yourself with some of his books and lectures.   

Many of today's most effective Christian apologists, such as Dr. Craig and Dr. Ravi Zacharias, were trained by Dr. Norman Geisler early on.

Watch this video and listen to the wisdom and insight of this Apologetic Master...


Don’t all religions basically teach the same thing?

Many people wonder why we make such a fuss about Jesus Christ and Christianity, since they believe all religions are basically the same. They assume that all faiths are all talking about the same thing, but are putting it in a different way.


One man once gave this illustration. He said, “Suppose you take ten men and blindfold them, and lead them over to an elephant. You now let each of them touch a different part of the elephant—tail, trunk, etc.—without telling them what they are touching.

“You lead them back inside, take off their blindfolds and tell them to describe what they touched.” The man then asked, “Would their descriptions agree?” The answer of course is no.

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Buddhism vs Christianity

By Dr. Samuel Inbaraja

1. Creator God

Buddhism – No creator God exists .

Christianity – Creator God exists . Created our universe a finite period of time ago, as explained by the Big Bang theory.

The arguments for the existence of a creator God are:

2. Moral law

Buddhism – Moral law is there, but no moral law giver . But still moral and immoral actions have consequences. Morality is relative . All their compassion, non -violence and eight-fold path , none of it absolute or objective. Buddhism is just one way of obtaining liberation. There may be other ways.

Christianity  - Moral law exists and a moral law giver gave it to us. Therefore an absolute and objective moral law exists. This moral law giver has made it obligatory for humans to live according to the moral law. There is judgement day when everyone has to account for his life before this moral law giver.

3. Man

Buddhism : Man does not have a soul or Atman. What we call as man is just his consciousness which is made up of one physical element and four psychic elements.

Christianity : Man is made in the image of God. Man has a soul and has essential worth, because he is made in the image of God. He is different from animals which do not have the image of God. Man was created so that he can have a relationship with God and also exercise dominion over the world. The soul of man is not eternal but immortal. God loves mankind.

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Do all religions lead to God?

All religions are just different paths to heaven, right?

There are many ways to get to the top of the mountain.

God is the same God, just different ways to Him

The chances are that you have heard this before. Here Dr. Bobby Conway asks Dr. Norman Geisler the  same question. Check out the video and we urge you to check out the one minute apologist on YouTube. 

Have an Intelligent Faith!!