IMPACT195 School of Ministry Pastor, Scott Wessell, continues the series, "Lies that Christians believe" by talking about the very common notion that all religions are basically the same. Typically the idea is expressed that God is on the top of a mountain and there are several roads on the mountain that lead to God. This particular lie only works when you focus on the similarities. But the question we have to ask is are similarities more important than differences? For example, baking powder and arsenic share some similarities: they're both white, powdery substances. But there are some VERY important differences between the two, in fact the differences are more important than the similarities. Similarly, all religions might have some similarities, but the differences are more important. For example, Jesus said of himself, "I am the way, the truth, and the life. There is no way to the Father but through me." Jesus says there are only two roads one that leads to heaven and one that leads to hell. For more information on the School of Ministry click the SCHOOL button at the top of the page.