Religious Pluralism May Be Very Inauthentic (Quote)

“To sound grand and magnanimous by saying, ‘I accept all religions,’ is actually to either violate all or violate reason, or both.  We all have a right to proclaim what we believe about ultimate things.  But that does not mean that everything we believe is right.  The thinking person must honestly weigh the evidence and come to the right conclusion.”

— Ravi Zacharias in Why Jesus? Rediscovering His Truth In An Age Of Mass Marketed Spirituality, 2012, p. 101.

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