This video excerpt is from a live presentation by Scott Stein.
Note: This is Part 2 of 2 dealing with the question “Do All Religions Lead to God?” Read Part 1 in the previous post, where we explore the assumptions behind the thinking of pluralism.
Many in our culture believe that there’s more than one pathway to God. Isn’t the sheer number and variety of world religions proof of this after all?
In this video, Scott Stein discusses how people more often adopt this belief because they’ve heard it so often, as opposed to having really thought it through. A way to effectively respond in our witness, therefore, is by using good questions to appeal to their reason.
In this video, Scott explores
- The importance of appealing to reason and biblical support for this approach
- What the truth about God is actually rooted in and why this supersedes what we might choose to believe about him
- How different world religions understand God and what this tells us about the idea of pluralism
- Questions we can ask people to help them think through their assumptions, so that intellectual roadblocks to the message of the gospel can be removed
Watch this video and walk away with some respectful and practical talking points for the next time you encounter the “all paths lead to God” objection to the gospel.
You might also like
- Do All Religions Lead to God?
- Faith and Reason – FAQ Guide
- Dealing With Objections to the Bible: Interpreting the Bible
Listen here or find the episode in the Prepared to Answer Podcast in your favourite podcast app.