John 14:6 is one of the most cited verses in favor of Christian claims of exclusivism. The passage reads, “Jesus said to them,’I am the way, the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through me.'”
The context is significant; Thomas has just suggested that they (the disciples) didn’t know where Jesus was going, so how could they know the way?
So, Jesus’ response of “I am the way,” is in response to a question from one who has been following him. It is not offered as an answer to a question like “how many ways are there to God?” or even “Does one have to be a Christian to go to heaven?”
Jesus statement that “no one comes to the Father but through me,” though is a bit more of an issue.