"When people say, 'I know the truth here,' and they argue with others, they are arguing over interpretations and approaches. That is because the same truth appears to be different things at different stages of development. It has different value and application in these different stages. When someone at one stage argues with someone at another stage, they may not understand one another because their experiences are determined by their stages of development as well as their own personal preferences, fears and psychological make-up."
"Arguing over who has the best religion or the most astounding founder can only harm humanity now. It is divisive and exclusive. It adds to the dilemma and the fracturing of the human family." 
- Wisdom from the Greater Community Volume One, Chapter 34: Religion as Education
- The Mission of the Messenger (April 10, 2012)