Exclusivity: How Can There Be Just One True Religion?

Oct 11, 2009 • Mike Hubbard • Series: Doubting Your Doubts

Maybe you have heard of the story of the three blind men and the elephant. The illustration is designed to demonstrate that no religion can make exclusive claims. Three blind men are touching an elephant, and each of them have partial and differing experiences of the elephant. Each has his part right, and his experience dictates his beliefs but none of the men have the full picture. While there are many barriers and challenges to the Christian faith, in our culture the most common question of doubt is the issue of exclusivity. With all of the religions and cultures, how can one religion say that they are right? This is the question of doubt we will deal with in our second week of the "Dealing with Doubt" series from the book "The Reason for God" by Tim Keller.

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