Is Christianity really all that different from other religions? What's so unique about the claims of Christianity? For example, how is Buddhism as a religion somehow "worse" than Christianity?

In fact, what's a "religion" anyway? Assuming Christianity is a "religion," aren't its claims of exclusivity ("the only true way to God") arrogant?
Today's discussion will be a no-holds-barred look at the notion of "religion" generally, and at Christianity in particular.
Join us at 4 pm today, October 31. In the Rands House (5229 Cass Avenue on Main Campus) conference room 103 on the first floor. For more information see the Events tab at