Gandhi Believed On All Religions

His Life and Message For the World...Louis Fischer (paperback) Pg. 130

           "Always tolerant and fair minded, Gandhi doubted that only the sacred Hindu Vedas were the revealed word of God.  "Why not the Bible and the Koran?" he asked.  He recoiled from rivalry between religions.  In 1942, when I was his house guest, I noticed the one decoration on the mud walls of his little hut: a black-and-white print of Jesus Christ (Esa) under which was written, "He is Our Peace".  I asked him about it, "You are not a Christian," I said.
    "I am a Christian and a Hindu and a Moslem and a Jew," Gandhi replied".  That made him a better Christian than most Christians.