I think we need to proclaim Jesus to the Buddhists and Muslims (and everyone). Does Carlton do so, or does he more so tell them they're "OK" because of Jesus, i.e., all roads lead there so "don't worry, be happy"? I'm not sure, I'll check it out more
. I do know Gary has an article on Tent expressing concern that Carlton's version is "too soft", perhaps (my words) too ecumenical.
Paul said preach so they can believe...and how can they believe if they haven't heard.
Maybe part of what bothers you Jim, is an absolute (more unitarian) universalism that teaches an "all roads" mentality, Jesus will fix it all so it doesn't matter...that bothers me
, and I think there's significant error in that message. I do believe in ultimate reconciliation, but that God wants His Son proclaimed and believed on now (to those He gives ears to hear/eyes to see)...not just pat everyone on the head and tell them "I'm OK, you're OK".
Anyway, Jesus is the Savior of the world...John 4:42.