Jesus is King of the Jungle


People who believe pluralism is plausible are naive. This conclusion is like believing the Republicans and Democrats have similar platforms that will lead to the same place. They do not.


Secularism and Humanism are intertwined in the politics of pluralism, and threatened by Christianity. So much so they are rapidly influencing new laws and court decisions that will make America unrecognizable. The only way pluralism works is to restrict Christianity.


Yet issues of faith in Christ alone for salvation extend way beyond politics. Followers of Christ can expect trials! But here is the good news; Adversity tests faith, adversity strengthens faith, and adversity weeds out actions that mimic faith.


I can point to many biblical passages that conflict with the pluralistic school of thought, but none more so than a conversation Jesus had with Thomas when he said, “I am the way, the truth and the life, no one comes to the Father but through me” (John 14:6).


Thomas eventually “got it.”


Jesus often answered challenging questions with a question of his own. Because of this model, if someone asked me about the distorting realities of pluralism, I could reply, “Do all of the animals in the zoo really coexist, or are they simply confined in close proximity to one another? Reality is found in the freedom of the open range, and the truth that not all animals are equal.”


My attempt at philosophy is simple; Jesus is King of the Jungle!


“On his robe and on his thigh he has a name written, King of kings and Lord of lords” (Revelation 19:16).




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