What’s Wrong with Religious Pluralism?

Author Tim Barnett Published on 09/29/2016

Are all religions equally true? Many people think so. This belief is referred to as religious pluralism. It is the idea that all religions are each, on their own terms, legitimate roads to God. Moreover, God has somehow ordained various paths for various people and cultures. Therefore, no one is within his rights to say that his religion is better than anyone else’s. All ways to God are equally valid. Jesus is the path for Christians, but others have legitimate paths of their own.

In this video clip, I show why religious pluralism cannot possibly be true. (You can watch a video of the entire talk, “Is One Way the Only Way,” here.)