Awhile back, I started a thread on inclusivism, the belief that people can know Christ through different religions without specifically knowing who Christ is. The reason I started that thread is because I am seeing this view cropping up more and more among evangelicals. They may not use the term "inclusivism," but they are expressing that view. The emergent church and postmodernism as well as the rising mysticism is contributing towards this, imo. I have also noticed that it is not real popular now to say that Jesus is the only way, even among evangelicals. I've been saying for awhile that this view that Jesus is the only way is getting eroded and here is a poll that shows it. I know many dismiss polls, but I personally have noticed this in my ministry.