.And only one will be proven correct. Everything else in our experience is either true or false or a combination thereof. A proton is not a neutron, energy exists or it doesn’t, a cat is not a dog, etc..Things work or they don’t. It wasn’t until recent years that religions were not judged on their merits. People got lazy, wanting to slop along. So, they must all be equal, right, because we won’t be honest on what each does? The current love affair with Islam is an example of such intellectual laziness. All “equal” despite invading more than 100 countries and slaughtering their populations, sparking the Crusades and a host of other wars in trying to stop them. Making a sacrament of killing “the people of the book”. Essentially teaching the reverse of Christianity and Judaism, with Allah having the characteristics of Satan and hundreds of verses in the Q’uran requiring hate, murder, raiding, maiming, enslavement of women, and other nastiness. The current genocidal campaigns are in a belt across central africa. But “all religions are equal” goes the modern “wisdom”. .It’s been PC of late to ignore of what the peoples from the Valley of Mexico south used to do to each to other, reaching a level of barbarism that even the Thugs of India or the Amorites didn’t equal. It’s been PC of late to claim the Thugs themselves didn’t exist, despite the historical record and the current worship of Kali in brutal but less murderous ways. The piercing fad of the1990s is indirectly derived from Kali worship, for example. India had to crack down on the bigger piercing practices of Kali worship because of the number of deaths. That concern for humans itself does not derive from Hinduism, but instead is an imported idea from Christians. The idea of karma, for example, meant that people wouldn’t help other people because the person in trouble was working off his/her bad karma and thus you were hurting that person by helping them. At the same time Hinduism has the concepts of greater and lesser good (much as socialism does), rather than good and evil, which is internally contradicted by the idea of bad karma. .Some religions don’t do what they know they should do. How many Christians don’t do the good they know they are supposed to? Indeed, the Bible sets and impossible standard for good, which is why people need a Savior, Jesus Christ. If nothing else, one doesn’t see people get their life together by adopting secular humanism or animism. Only one religion I’ve ever seen actually does that, which argues for it being different. .Then you have people using religion as an excuse. It was not God nor the Bible that had the Catholic church do military campaigns against Hussites, Hugenots, etc., to put it mildly. It was in spite of God and the Bible.