"Let the different faiths exist, let them flourish, let the glory of God be sung in all languages
in a variety of tunes. That should be the ideal. Respect the differences between the faiths and recognize them as valid so far as they do not extinguish the flame of unity."
Sathya Sai Baba
The knower of God, whatever his origin is, remains like that. He accept sall kinds of beliefs, but does not remain tied to any figurative belief. Whatever his place is in the Divine
Knowledge, which is essential knowledge, he remains in that place; knowing the kernel of all belief he sees the interior and not the exterior. He recognises the thing, whose kernel he
knows, whatever apparel it puts on, and in this matter his circle is large. Without looking at whatever clothing they appear under in the exterior he reaches into the origin of those beliefs
and witnesses them from every possible place.
Ibn Arabi, Kernel of the Kernel