If you think of yourself more spiritual than religious, you may not want to even listen to this podcast with “Bible Answer Man” Hank Hanegraaff. Clearly the “spiritual but not religious” segment is growing; by last count, 29 percent of Americans. But on the other hand, if you consider yourself a champion of organized religion, you may find much to disagree with in this podcast. However, if your heart is searching for the answers to life’s most pressing questions, both spiritual and intellectual, then by all means click on the link and begin to understand what faith is and why it’s necessary. Hanegraaff answers some common objections to religion in general and Christianity specifically like, “Don’t we all have to find truth for ourselves?” or “Isn’t it incredibly narrow to say that Christianity is the only religion that offers salvation?” A few years ago, Hanegraaff converted from Protestantism’s evangelical Christianity to Orthodox Christianity. He took a lot of heat for it from leaders in the Evangelical community. As he explains it, his conversion was brought about by a heartfelt, as well as intellectual pursuit of God’s Truth – yes Truth capital with a capital T – as it is told by God’s Word through Jesus Christ, the Risen Savior. Hanegraaff says most of us in this pluralistic society like to live in the gray areas, believing that no one religion has cornered the market on Truth. And the only acceptable, and polite position in mixed company is to say that all religions lead to the same God. But Hanegraaff is one of great many sounding the alarm on that position explaining that believing in spiritual plurality may make you a lot of friends in liberal circles but will ultimately draw you away from God. Listen and see if you agree or disagree.