The page posted a picture of a well with the bucket dropping down into the water below. Nothing wrong with that in itself. Jesus described Himself as the Living Water after all.
What made my head spin round 3 times and explode was the comment by the poster - a trained "christian" minister. The implication he makes is that all religions draw ultimately from the same source, just from different points.
I thought I'd mis-read the post, so I read it again.
I sounded out the words in case I'd lost the ability to read.
Nope. All from one source.
So here's what I said, and the author's response:
Me: Roger, that sounds a lot like universalism rather than Christianity. Jesus decalred nobody could come to God except through Him. Surely that excludes all other religions as NOT leading to the same source?
Reply: FYI, I am a Christian and I do not identify as a Universalist. Progressive Christianity, unlike fundamentalism, does not contend that Christianity has a monopoly on God, God's love, or God's Truth. It's non-exclusivistic. It also avoids the idolatry of saying that God can only work in one way. It refuses to put God in a box.