Nor is there salvation in any other, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved. Acts 4:12
The Roman Emperor Caesar Augustus established a “zero-mile” monument in Rome to measure distances throughout the empire. It eventually led to, “All roads lead to Rome.” A variant on that idea is found in modern computer and phone software that maps various routes from “city A” to “city B”—different roads leading to the same destination.
Sadly, this idea of “multiple roads, one destination” has made its way into theology: “All roads lead to God.” Proponents of this idea suggest that all religions have the same ultimate destination. Said another way, “There are many ways to get to God.” However, the Bible doesn’t support this idea. The apostle Peter was clear when speaking to the Jewish elders after Pentecost. He stated clearly that the Name (Person) of Jesus is the only means of salvation. Paul echoed this position when he wrote that there is only one Mediator between God and man, “the Man Christ Jesus” (1 Timothy 2:5).
Don’t be confused by non-biblical positions on salvation. There is only one road to God and His heaven. That road begins and ends with Jesus.
Nobody can call himself a Christian who does not worship Jesus. John R. W. Stott