One common complaint against Christianity is the doctrine of exclusivism. The teaching that there is only one true God and only one true religion is something some people just find objectionable. Whether they find this to be arrogant, narrow-minded, elitist, or worse; they think the idea that there is only one way to God in order to be saved is distasteful. But what if Jesus wasn’t the only way and there were more than one way to salvation? How many would be sufficient?
Presume for the sake of argument that there exists a God to whom you are morally accountable. A God who will punish those who transgress his moral law yet provides a way to be saved from his wrath? What else could God offer before it’s finally considered fair?