is the only way (and frankly if he is not the only way he’s not even one way) to heaven and God’s promise is those who seek will find, then the sincere seeker has to come to Christ. Buddha can’t save him. Mohammad can’t save him. Krishna can’t save him. Only Christ can save him. Now, lest you argue that point, go back to the garden. If being a sincere anything else can save people, Christ’s death on the cross becomes unnecessary; you have to face that. We cannot, no matter how much we might wish otherwise, have it both ways. History is resplendent with testimonies of the fulfillment of God’s promise to be found by those who truly are seeking him, sometimes in very unique ways. Campus Crusade for Christ reports that a vast number of Muslims are turning to Christ, convinced by an angel in a dream to seek Jesus. A man in India was converted to Christ by finding a section of a Gospel Track in a pack of cigarettes he purchased. A tribe along the Amazon River all became Christians when a missionary stopped to bury his wife who had died as they headed up that river. The missionary didn’t even know he had an audience. More amazing, that missionary gave that funeral message in English, but the tribesmen heard the message in their language. God is not limited in what he can do and there is no person anywhere who, if they are really seeking truth, will not somehow come face to face with Jesus Christ. You may or may not agree with me. The bottom line however is this: you have heard the message. You’ve just read it. If it is true, you have been confronted with Jesus and your excuse, “I never heard,” is gone. Won’t you accept him right now as your Savior?