A Quick Refutation of Pluralism (the view that all religions are equally true and valid)

1. If all religions are true, then Christianity is true and valid, yet an essential claim of Christianity is that all other religions are false, taken as a whole.

2. Either Christianity is true and others are false, or others are true and Christianity is false.

3. Either way, all religions can’t be true.

Contradiction: All religions are true.  All religions are not true.

So, the next time someone claims that all religions are equally true and/or valid, you’ll be ready to demonstrate how this view defeats itself!

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