Your religion depends on where you were born, and any credible faith must take account of this.
If salvation ( becoming fully human) is the central business of religion, then a Christian must ask about the clear salvation people find through other religions . Is this all the work of Christ (through an implicit Christianity, cloaked in another creed )?
Are there “anonymous Christians “ within other religions ? And vice versa !
We need a Copernican revolution, shifting traditional Christianity from its central position and placing “God” at the centre .
What is the position of Jesus in this ?
Biblical scholarship says that Jesus’ words claiming Divinity were put into his mouth generations after him by biblical writers . Did the Church then know his Divinity, though he, perhaps , did not ?
The Jesus we see depends on us ,says Hick, and he then outlines his personal view of Jesus , which allows a genuine universalism .