Mr. Miroslav Volf Earns a Failing Grade in World Religion Beliefs

Many of the underlying beliefs of all major world religions (and minor ones as well) are mutually exclusive. To say they are all the same attempts to air-brush out the real differences which can make people uncomfortable. Certainly, even a cursory examination of their belief systems reveals this fact. For example, the beliefs of Islam and Biblical Christianity are mutually exclusive. Mr. Volf’s statement is simply irrational.

People should be treated equally. However, belief systems must be carefully examined, the truth retained, and falsehood rejected. This includes the underlying beliefs of world religions.

“Yale theology professor Miroslav Volf argues that all religions are basically the same—equally prone to fanatical violence and to peaceful love of neighbor—and thus should be treated in exactly the same way.” click here

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