It was C.S. Lewis who said that Christians recognized truths that are taught in other faiths but were we differ, Christians are right ( He was Anglican). I would say that the Church, as has been stated in this thread, recognizes aspects of truth in other faiths, as with some of the examples which were given. But it does not say that those of other religons will be Saved, AND it also does not say that they will be condemed to eternal Hell either. Remember the Bible says that Christ wishes all to be saved and it teaches that He died so that all could be saved. We believe that if a person through no fault of his own being “invinsibly ignorant” of Christ still has the POSSIBILITY of being saved. Not that they will be, but the POSSIBILITY of being saved exists. That being said that salvation is only possible because CHRIST DIED in the first place, and IF they are saved it is because God in his MERCY has decided to apply the effects of that salvation to the individual. The Church proudly, boudly and truthfully proclaims the Gospel of Christ, but also recognizes these facts which I have laid out.