A Washington Times editorial Oct. 11 quotes President Obama as saying the United States "is still predominantly Christian, but has other faiths whose 'path to grace is one that we have to revere and respect as much as our own.' "
We agree freedom to worship is a legal guarantee of the Constitution, giving every man the right to choose whatever he wants to believe; however, when the subject of grace is broached by the president of the United States as common to "other faiths," it should be open to question.
While grace is a word of many meanings and applications, when pertaining to salvation, it is reserved to the Christian faith alone. Salvation was purchased by Jesus Christ dying on a cross for the sins of man, and that death being imputed to man by grace through faith -- there is no other way.
There are many religions, but only one that leads to eternal life.