This set contains five copies of "Are All Religions One?" The little booklet briefly summarizes Christian, Hindu, and Islamic beliefs. It concludes that all religions are not one but all people can find oneness at the foot of Christ's cross.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 32 Vendor: Inter-Varsity Press Publication Date: 1999
Dimensions: 5.00 X 3.50 X 0.51 (inches) ISBN: 0830865985 ISBN-13: 9780830865987 Availability: In Stock
As we look at the claims of many religions and their leaders, does it make sense that one of them, Christianity, has the right to claim the truth? Or are all religions the same at the core? In this concise and helpful booklet, Douglas Groothuis examines the basic doctrines of great world religions, including Islam and nondualistic Hinduism, and compares them to Christianity. He concludes that all religions are not one. But he assures us that diverse people can find oneness at the foot of Christ's cross.
Douglas R. Groothuis (Ph.D., Philosophy, University of Oregon) is professor of philosophy at Denver Seminary in Denver, Colorado. He has also been a visiting professor or adjunct faculty member at Fuller Theological Seminary (Colorado Springs extension), Metropolitan State College of Denver, Westminster Theological Seminary (California campus), University of Oregon, New College Berkeley and Seattle Pacific University. His articles have been published in professional journals such as and He has written several books, including (coeditor), , and, in the Wadsworth Philosophers Series, and .