Christ Among Other gods: A Defense of Christ in an Age of Tolerance by: Erwin W. Lutzer

Christ Among Other gods: A Defense of Christ in an Age of ToleranceChrist Among Other gods: A Defense of Christ in an Age of Tolerance by Erwin W. Lutzer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This study is written to give reasons why Christ must always stand alone; all attempts to unite Him with the religions of the world are doomed to fail. Clarifications are made to Christ’s credentials and also to the gospel. It is with these clarifications we come to understand that truth is exclusive and must logically be so.

The search for the truth is a search for the extraordinary. From the Jesus’ birth to the resurrection to the ultimate demise of evil, we have to chose our God carefully.

What I found most interesting was the insight on how pluralism is moving us closer to one world government and with a one world government a one world religion. The implications of a one world government is intolerance. Hitler himself was moving toward that very movement. It is interesting to me how Satan shadows what Christ has already done and how Hitler himself was a foreshadowing of the anti-Christ. He himself obtained leadership of the Nazi party the year he celebrated his 30th birthday. I know you can read into these things, but as the world grows more hostile to the things of God, it will only make room for evil to grow. Do we really want God out of every aspect of our lives? It is because of God, the son rises.

I appreciated this study of the faith and keeping the faith in turbulent times.

A Special Thank You to Moody Publishing and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review.

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