There are truths in all religions, but this doesn't make all religions true.  It is interesting that many religions mention Jesus and the Bible, in some form or fashion, but they all seem to use their doctrine to denigrate them in some way.  Specific religions that commit this are:  Mormonism, the Jehovah’s Witnesses, Islam, New Age religions, Judaism, and even Roman Catholicism.  It is very interesting that it is only Christianity that is attacked in this way.  Do we find that there are any recently formed religions that use their scriptures to denigrate specific figures of any of the other above religions:  nope.  It is only Jesus and the Bible that seem to suffer these attacks.  Maybe there is a reason so many religions in this world specifically mention, and criticize, Jesus and the Bible?  Maybe it's because Christianity is true, and there is a force in this world that desperately wants to deny this truth. 

Each of these above religions will make the point that the Bible has been corrupted in some major way, and so it is not reliable.  Many of these religions also admit, though, that God is all powerful and all good.  By admitting this, they fall into an immediate trap:

1.  If one says that God’s Word has been corrupted in some major way, then the first implication is that God is not all powerful; because He couldn’t even keep His own Word from major corruption.

2.  If they say that God is all powerful, then the second implication is that God must have allowed His Word to become seriously corrupted.  To say this immediately implies that God is a deceiver.

3.  To insist the opposite of these implications, and say that God is all powerful and all good, leads you to only one conclusion:  Any religion that insists that God’s Word has become majorly corrupted is a FALSE RELIGION.


* People might be surprised to see Judaism and Roman Catholicism on this list, so let me explain.  Judaism says that there should be no New Testament, and so the scripture has been corrupted.  In similar fashion, Roman Catholicism says that seven extra books were wrongfully removed from the Bible during the Protestant Reformation, and so the scripture has been corrupted.  If you read the "notes" section below, in the portion dedicated to Roman Catholicism, you will see why this religion, unfortunately, must be considered a false Christian framework.  Judaism is slightly different because Christianity is actually complete Judaism; in the sense that it accepts both halves of the Jewish book.  Yet, by not accepting Jesus and the New Testament, many Jewish people are currently denigrating God.

Religions vs. Jesus

Click Here for Verses Where Jesus Claims to Be God

Jesus also claims power to raise His own dead body (John 2:19-21)

Jesus claims to be the WAY, the TRUTH, and the LIFE (John 14:6)

Jesus & the Father are equal in the Old Testament (Zechariah 2:10-12)

Catholicism

Detailed Apologetics for Jehovah's Witnesses
JW False Prophecies


​​How to Identify a False Prophet
 
Deut. 18:22 - "If what a prophet proclaims in the name of the LORD does not take place or come true,

that is a message the LORD has not spoken. That prophet has spoken presumptuously. Do not be afraid of him."




New Age Religions

Detailed Apologetics for Roman Catholics
Roman Catholicism vs. Christianity

IMPORTANT NOTES
There are definitely true Christians within Roman Catholicism.  This is unfortunate, though, because Roman Catholicism is NOT a Christian framework.  One of the tests of this is the argument that I have listed at the top.  Roman Catholicism teaches that God’s Word has been corrupted by means of the Protestant Reformation.  This religion is forced to believe that this movement has corrupted the majority of God’s Word, which is being spread around the world today.  By following the three steps in the argument above, you will easily see that Roman Catholicism is, unfortunately, a false framework of Christianity.

To pray to the Saints or Mary is to deny God His personal relationship with you.  Could Mary or the Saints pray for you: yes, but this doesn't deny God His relationship with Mary or the Saints.  To pray to Mary or the Saints, though, does deny God His relationship with you; and it makes Him out to be less powerful than He is.  It's as if God needs a secretary to take His messages while He is busy with something else.  Jesus is our main example, and He never prayed to anyone but the Father.  While He was on the earth, the disciples also always spoke directly to Jesus; so why should this direct communication change?  The answer is:  it shouldn't!




Here is a great video to watch if someone wants to know the reliability of the New Testament.


Click Here for Further Info on The Reliability of the New Testament

​Click Here for Info on the Reliability of the Old Testament


The Way to the Truth Means Life

Islam

Mormonism

Jehovah's Witnesses