Dangers of Inclusivism, Pt. 2

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InclusiveHave you ever wondered about the possibility of salvation for non-Christians? A growing number of Christians claim to have the answer in inclusivism. Inclusivism is the belief that teaches it is possible to be justified through Jesus Christ without explicit or complete knowledge of who He is. Specifically, inclusivists hold that it may be possible that some who have never heard the preached word of the gospel can still be saved through Christ. Man is only responsible for what he knows, and is only judged by God based on the light he has been given and his response to that light.… Continue reading

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Dangers of Inclusivism

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Inclusive“What must I do to be saved” is the single most important question any one could ever ask. This question is asked many times in Scripture, spanning from the time of Job until the time of the Jesus and the apostles (Job 9:2; Acts 16:30). Yet the Bible more than merely records the question, it also provides an emphatic summarizing answer to it—“Believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and you will be saved” (Acts 16:31). All of Scripture culminates in the saving work of Christ to pay sin’s penalty and bring glory to God. Scripture emphatically leaves no room for any Savior other than Jesus Christ alone.… Continue reading

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