This sermon surveys several different ways Christians construct their responses to other religions. The sermon moves from from uncompromising exclusivism to uncritical inclusiveness to qualified acceptance and respectful dialog. Reflecting on Paul’s words in Acts 17 this sermon advocates the view that Jesus is the goal and fulfillment of all religions.
Jews, Muslims and Christians hold in common the belief in one God. Biblical faith leads to monotheism. This sermon takes the radical command of the Decalogue to worship only one God to reflect upon ancestor homage as practiced in many parts of Asia.