Eckhart Tolle—Savior of the Earth and Humanity:
Now we come to the portion wherein we find that Eckhart Tolle and only his true way are our salvation. Note that he states that, “we need to” which is a moral and theological imperative—no question about it and no suggestion but something that we must do, “we need to”:
Conflicts Between Winfrey/Tolle Spirituality and Christianity: A caller states that she "had a Catholic upbringing…married a Catholic, and we're raising our children this way" and she recognizes that while Eckhart Tolle's book has "really opened my eyes up to a new way of thinking; a new form of spirituality" it "doesn't always align with the teachings of Christianity" and so she asks, "Oprah, how have you reconciled these spiritual teachings with your Christian beliefs?"
Does "strict exclusivism" sound like overkill? After all, exclusivism implies strictness. The point is to emphasize that in attempting to promulgate inclusivism it is exclusivism that ends up at the forefront as it comes across as that which it is; the only logical conclusion.