Christianity is too judgmental against other world religions.

Anyone who makes this claim hasn’t studied history nor paid attention to the news lately. Religious intolerance has existed since Cain and Abel. One has only to look at the global religious madness today. Our pop culture, however, chooses to harp on how the Christian faith is intolerant toward other faiths and belief systems.

The Crusades, the Spanish Inquisition, and other “Christian” movements are to blame for much of the hatred towards Christianity. Queen Mary and certain Popes gave orders to slaughter entire nations who did not convert to Catholicism. The Catholic Church also smothered science and anything else that threatened their grip on power. But who said they were Christians? They were ignorant, sinful, power-hungry men whose desire was to maintain control and influence over everyone else. They were not Christians, but wolves in sheep’s clothing.

Mohammad made converts by the edge of the sword when few showed interest in his new religion. None of the Oriental religions tolerate one another. Belief in Christ in many countries will buy you the death penalty.

True Christianity is the only faith to offer salvation to all men and women, and without having to work for it. It has been the only faith to dissolve racial, gender, and social differences. The only reason it is accused of having a bad rap is because people hate Jesus Christ and the Christian bible. Why? Because the bible condemns all men as sinners and in need of a Savior. It gets in the way of the progressive's reach toward humanistic utopia. They don't want to acquiesce to a Supreme Moral Being who will judge them for their immoral lifestyles and hatred of His Son.

So, they rant and rave that Christianity is judgmental, non-inclusive, etc. It is indeed, and is, in fact, the most exclusive religion on the planet. Jesus Christ is the only way to heaven. There is no other.

I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. (John 14:6)

There is salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved. (Acts 4:12)