This fascinating question is answered by Dr. Al Mohler president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He writes in response to a recent Newsweek article about the same subject. Here's a sample from his article:
"Those who argue that all religions are essentially the same reveal the fact that they know little about these very different belief systems. The worldview of Christianity is, for example, radically different from the belief structure of Buddhism (some forms of which may actually claim to resist the very idea of beliefs)..."
Do you agree with his conclusions? Should Christians in America be concerned?
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