It goes without saying that we live in a multicultural world. Many of us live in a multicultural neighborhood. You probably work with someone or encounter someone in your daily life who is part of another religion.
So how do committed Christians interact with folks of other religions?
Can we be fully committed Christ-Followers and still affirm the spiritual journey of others?
Of course, we can.
There are a number of ways up the mountain to God. And no religion has a monopoly on spiritual truth. Not even ours. In fact one of the first things we have to do is get rid of our "Superiority Complex" when it comes to religion. It's pretty hard to truly learn from others if our basic approach and attitude is, "My religion's better, but still, please tell me about yours."
Below is something I found on saltproject.org, a very creative forward-thinking site. I think this says a lot.