Are Christians really intolerant, narrowminded of other religions? This is a sneaky, trick question. It falsely implies that Christians are preventing people from choosing the religion of their choice.
I prefer the questions: “Does each person not have the freedom to choose his religion? Do not other religions have their particular beliefs too?" Let's be honest, even handed. God gives each one the freedom to choose.
However having the freedom to choose does not mean that all choices are equally safe and wise. The Surgeon General, FDA, product labels and road signs warn us of dangers. Warnings are good but we make the decisions.
Admitedly, according to the Bible, besides trusting Jesus Christ for salvation there is just one other religion. All the man made religions are the same. They are all based on human merit, good deeds or religious rites. They have no answer for man's sin. They have no Savior who paid the penalty for man's sin. (Rom 6.23; 3.24). Other religions are just different dishes on the same bad buffet. Only Jesus Christ paid the penalty of a man's sins. He alone offers the free gift of eternal life.
“Look unto me, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth: for I am God, and there is none else.” (Isaiah 45.22).
Jesus said: “I am the way, the truth and the life: no man cometh unto the father but by me.” (Jn 14.6) (Jn 1.29; 3.16;Ac 4.12; 1 Tim 1.15).