In a conversational style geared toward non-believers and spiritual seekers, “But Don’t All Religions Lead to God?” is a short and very concise book that compares Christianity with Buddhism, Islam and other religions.
In order to help spiritual seekers navigate in the multi-faith maze, Michael Green addresses in “But Don’t All Religions Lead to God?” the common themes such as: ‘it doesn’t matter what you believe as long are you are sincere’, ‘aren’t all religions pretty much the same?’, ‘but surely all religions lead to God?’ and ‘what makes Jesus so special, then?’. After replying from these themes, Green shows the readers a solid case for the uniqueness of Christianity and Jesus Christ in particular. “But Don’t All Religions Lead to God?” is an ideal reference and evangelism tool for churches and individual Christians as well. In the midst of our pluralistic and tolerant culture, here is an important and convincing argument for faith in Jesus – the only Great Teacher whose death and resurrection provided grace, forgiveness, and an eternity in the presence of God. Book recommended for spiritual seekers and non-believers.
- “This is a very short, easy to read book. The author makes some sweeping statements that in and of themselves do not stand up logically, but they are useful for starting a discussion or inviting further exploration. I gave it to a seeker without hesitation.” -J. Kreusch , Amazon Review
- “This book is a short and sweet address of the claim that all religions go back to God. The truth is, it doesn’t. The author is well versed and his book is well researched. I used to be agnostic and these type of books have turned me over.” – Anonymous, Amazon Review
- “I am buying this for those I wish to reach for Christ.” – Anonymous, Christian Book
- “In terms of this book’s evangelistic message of comparative religion, I think it is fantastic!” – A. Hopper, Christian Book
ISBN 0801064392, 96 pages, Publsiher – Baker Books