Inclusivism- dealing with the arguments [Topic Continued]

For Inclusivism 1)  Old Testament saints are not Christians but believers in God. They could not put trust in Jesus because He did not exist in human form. 2)  Nobody comes to God without the work of the Holy Spirit. The Spirit is at work convicting people of sin and seeking to turn their sinful Read more about Inclusivism- dealing with the arguments [Topic Continued][…]

What are the differences between Inclusivists and Restrictivists? [Topic Continued]

Inclusive view says that the Father reaches out to the unevangelized (those who do not hear the gospel) through the Son and the Spirit via general revelation, conscience and human culture (Sanders, pg. 36). Restrictivists would say that which is known about God is evident within them because God has already made it evident (Rom. Read more about What are the differences between Inclusivists and Restrictivists? [Topic Continued][…]

What do Inclusivists and Restrictivists have in common? [Topic Continued]

There are several bits of information that are helpful in understanding this position. I will borrow from John Sanders who is an advocate of Inclusivism (What about those who have not heard? Sanders): Both believe that Jesus is the unique and unsurpassable revelation of God and is the only Savior (Three Views, pg. 23) Jesus Read more about What do Inclusivists and Restrictivists have in common? [Topic Continued][…]