Monday, October 16, 2017

Definition of Inclusivism

Inclusivism refers to that theological position that argues that Christ is ontologically necessary for salvation but not epistemologically necessary. That is, Christ is the only way of salvation for anyone anywhere. But, if someone has not heard about Christ in the gospel, they can still be saved through Christ. Inclusivists believe that God’s saving grace is present in every single culture, place, and time. God can even use general revelation to act as a saving grace. This monograph, or focused study, will focus on the inclusivism of Pinnock. His position has been considered the most sophisticated version of inclusivism.  The Possibility of Salvation Among the Unevangelized, Daniel Strange.

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