From The Way I See It #293
the way i see it isn’t necessarily the way you see it
or the way it is or ought to be
what’s more important is that we’re all looking for it
and a way to see it
–Desi Di Nardo
author and poet
Not sure what the “it” Desi Di Nardo is referring to.
What I am certain of however, is that what you have here is a snap shot of the post modern paradigm as well as the popularly held belief of many; in regards to religion. If, lets say the “it” is referring to God, then many hold that there are many ways/means/routs to arrive at God. What’s interesting is how this thought butts up against what the Bible teaches, that there is only one way to God, through Jesus Christ.
The question that readily comes to mind is, if you hold to the claim of the Bible, how do you discuss this idea with someone who would hold more to the claim of the quote (that there may be multiple ways to God)?