In ISKCON (The International Society for Krishna Consciousness) we see love for a Supreme Personality of Godhead as the purest form of religious expression, and honor this love of God in other theistic traditions. Likewise, we recognize avenues of genuine self-realization in which the concept of a personal deity does not appear explicitly. We also value other communities and associations that pursue humanitarian, ethical and moral standards as beneficial to human society.
At ISKCON, we see dialogue among our members and people of other faiths as an opportunity to listen to one another, develop mutual understanding and trust, and share values and beliefs, while respecting the commitment of others to their faith.
ISKCON believes that no religion has a monopoly on truth, God's revelation and personal relationship with God.
Srila Prabhupada, Founder of ISKCON in his purport on Srimad Bhagavatam 4.22.24:
«...anindayā — we should not criticize others’ methods of religion. A devotee, instead of criticizing such systems, will encourage the followers to stick to their principles»
Religions should not merge, but we can develop respectful and diverse relationships with each other.