The propensity to dictate to God…

While the propensity to dictate to God the conditions of divine-human relationship is pervasive, it is hardly rational. The religious pluralist’s insistence that God cannot have arranged for our salvation in the exclusivist way of Christianity presupposes a greater knowledge of God than radical religious pluralists are in a position to have on their own assumptions.

Douglas Geivett, from Jesus Under Fire, by J. P. Moreland, p. 199

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