I believe in the Lord and I believe that Jesus Christ is the son of God.
However, if there were (are) a man /men who worshiped the sun live a kind and generous life, doing nothing but giving all he can to be good to man, animals and plants alike... I don't believe that he would go to hell.
I was raised catholic. Went to catholic school.. received my first communion (forgot to drink the wine).. haven't made my confirmation, yet, but we'll see... I was taught about the Lord and that Jesus Christ is the son of the Lord.. and through all of my years of beleiving, I've come to the conclusion that the Lord judges you by how much you love yourself and the life he's given you, how well you treat and respect your fellow man.. and living your life for Lord, by Lord.
With everything, there's a right way and wrong way. What I find wrong with some christians and those who preach "the good word".. they go about preaching the word of the Lord in the wrong way. They talk down to people, point out their wrong-doings and believe that they're "better" than others because if their new found glory. Good for them and I'm glad they found the Lord.. but that does not give them a right to come across as they tend to do. No one likes to be degraded, so, why would anyone want to hear how bad of a person they are?
Personally, no man is going to tell me that I'm going to hell or that I'm not living my life right. One thing that I don't agree with the catholic religion is confessing my sins to another man. I'm my own man and the Lord gave me the power and the strength to be my own man. So only through the Lord will I confide in... not to a preacher telling me that I'm wrong for doing this or that and not to a father in a confession booth... and I damn sure wouldn't confide in some false prophet shaking the money jar.
The Lord is the sun, he is the plants, he is the spirit in the sky, he is the father almighty.. and I make sure to thank him for my blessings everyday. So to answer your question T, "Mohommad is Jesus is Buddha is Love is the way I see it."