The Christian Cross
Star of David - Judaism
Triple Treasure - Buddhism
Yin/Yang - Taoism
Star/Crescent - Islam
Om - Hinduism
The Oneness Symbol
Dad always said, "No tool designed for multiple functions can preform as well as a single tool designed for a specific job."
Needless to say, his workshop had a whole lot of single use tools.
I guess this "onenes stole" would be the perfect gift for a minister who is trying to cover all the bases, or one concerned with the unique claims of the faiths symbolized in this "all in one" accessory? Instead of illustrating that all religions point to a universal truth (which is what I think the stole is trying to do), doesn't it it make a mockery of their individual beliefs by forcing them into a false unity?
There really is only one tool designed for oneness that we must have in our workshop.
"Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me." (John 14:6).
And if you don't want to shell out $177.75 for the stole, you can get the oneness car magnet for $4.00.
May the stole be with you.