You may find this article of interest.
The Buddhism holds that truth – especially religious truth – is something that everyone has access to and of which no one has monopoly. It could be understood by everyone for himself. The Buddha did not believe in distributing ready-made transcendental wisdom for everyone. He wanted people to get at the Dhamma by themselves (paccattam veditabbo). When someone presented a theory the Buddha would naturally ask him “Do you know and see this yourself?”.
Article in Daily News – Buddhist Attitude To Other Religions by Professor Chandima Wijebandara
Thank you to the Reverend who sent me the link to this article.
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Sorry folks I forgot to insert the link to the article I refer to in this post. Thanks to Julius for pointing this out.
Please do, anybody, send me a note when I forget links, make major spelling blunders and otherwise spot things in post I’d not want to be there.