This book touches on some of the controversial topics: There are so many religions. Are they all wrong, are some of them right, or do they all ultimately lead to the same goal?
Representatives of different religions believe that their religion is correct. They pray, offer sacrifices and firmly trust in their religion. God cannot fail to see this. If God is a God of love, should He not acknowledge all these efforts?
Our time is characterized by mutual consideration and tolerance. Can it not be with religions as Frederick the Great (1712-1786) claimed: “Everyone should seek holiness in his own way”? Is not the Gospel extremely intolerable when it rejects all other ways and still asserts its right to exclusiveness?
These are the most common questions that arise in conversations on faith. We need the right answers which could help us. In the framework of this book, the author offers a thorough, biblically sound work.