In today's politically correct and pluralistic world, many people try to view the various religions of the world as being basically all one and the same.
Some quote the Bhagavad Gita, where it states: "Howsoever men may approach me, even so do I accept them; for, on all sides, whatever path they may choose is mine." (Bhagavad Gita 4:11).
Different religions all worshipping the same God? Is this true? Although this may sound an attractive option for many, the salient difficulty with this position is that different religions actually teach different and often conflicting things.
For example, Krishna is a deity of a religion that teaches a mixture of polytheism and impersonal pantheism, whereas the religion that Jesus is associated with, does not.