Thursday, 27 July 2006

Comparative religion

“Now, don’t tell me you’re going to be silly,” said Lady Mounteagle. “That’s just what we meant; to link up the great religions of East and West; Buddha and Christ. Surely you must understand that all religions are really the same.”

“If they are,” said Father Brown mildly, “it seems rather unnecessary to go into the middle of Asia to get one.”

- G.K.Chesterton, from The Red Moon of Meru

For further reflection see The Uniqueness of Christ by Geisler.

1 comment:

lightloveandlewis said...

Hi Rosemary,
I ran into your blog on a search for a C.S. Lewis etext, that goal may have been disappointed but not the thought quality here at your blog. I work off alot of inspiration from the inklings as well, glad to see more of their great ideas permeating the blogosphere.

-Roy Hartzler