Jesus is not the only way to salvation, says survey

A survey revealed that more than 60 per cent of Christians between the ages of 18 - 39 believe that Jesus, Buddha, and Muhammad are all equal in regards to a path to salvation. Probe Ministries released the results of its Religious Views & Practices Survey showed a "striking decline" in religious beliefs and practices over the last ten years, CBN News reported.
Jesus is not the only way  
"The Probe survey shows that even Born-again Christians can have a false view of Jesus Christ and embrace a pluralistic worldview," said Probe Ministries President Kerby Anderson. "Pastors and church leaders just can't assume any longer that members of their church or Christian organization have a biblical worldview."
The survey also found:
• The number of young adults age 18 - 39 who are Born-again Christians with a basic biblical worldview has dropped from almost 15 per cent of the population to near 5 per cent.
• When asked if Jesus sinned like other people during his life on earth, 30 per cent of Born-again Protestants either agreed or were not sure. The number of Born-again Christians supporting that belief increased by nearly 25 per cent.
• Nearly 80 per cent of young adult Catholics are uncertain if Jesus lived a sinless life on earth.