Some do, but others don’t. Christianity consists of people who disagree diametrically on many subjects. Some take the Bible so literally that they include in God’s plan only a small minority of the world’s population. Other Christians, however, view Christ in a larger perspective and emphasize inclusion rather than exclusion. God is a God of love, and those who live in love know God. That is the emphasis of the First Epistle of John, “Beloved, let us love one another; for love is of God, and he who loves is born of God and knows God” (I John 4:7). I believe that Christ came to reveal to us a God who cares for all people. He constantly broke boundaries and found faith in unexpected places. In a Roman Centurion, he discovered a faith greater than any among his own people (Luke 7:1-10). In John’s Gospel Jesus said, ” I have other sheep which are not of this fold…” (John 10:16).>>More http://explorefaith.org/religions.html
Do Christians believe that followers of other religions are doomed?