In Monday's paper it was said, "It doesn't matter whom you pray to, or even that you pray at all. What you choose for yourself is what is right for you." The claim is that religious truth is relative and not absolute. Is this reasonable to believe? If we think logically about this issue, the answer must be no.
We may disagree about what is true, but we should agree that every religious belief cannot be true. One person believes there is no God. Another believes God exists. Only one of these people is correct. One belief is true; the other is not.
People often say things like, "It's wrong to criticize someone else's religion or beliefs." If a person truly believes that, then that person has no right to make that statement. In doing so, they violate what they just said. They are criticizing someone else who has a different belief; someone who believes it is okay to criticize others' beliefs.
I am not saying we shouldn't be civil and courteous to people who have opposing view points. We should. But it is not reasonable to believe that all religions are equally true.