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What About Those Who Have Never Heard?: Three Views (Spectrum Multiview Series)

Paperback|Jul 1995
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Voted one of Christianity Today's 1996 Books of the Year! What is the fate of those who die never hearing the gospel? Do Hindus, Jews, agnostics and others who do not profess faith in Christ really suffer damnation after...


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Voted one of Christianity Today's 1996 Books of the Year!

What is the fate of those who die never hearing the gospel? Do Hindus, Jews, agnostics and others who do not profess faith in Christ really suffer damnation after death? These and similar questions have long been contemplated by people from every religious persuasion and every walk of life. But in a culture of increasing diversity and growing doubt in the existence of "objective truth," it seems ever more pressing.

In this book three scholars present the span of evangelical conviction on the destiny of the unevangelized. Ronald Nash argues the restrictivist position, that receptive knowledge of Jesus Christ in this life is necessary to salvation. Gabriel Fackre advocates divine perseverance, with the expectation that those who die unevangelized receive an opportunity for salvation after death. And John Sanders sets forth the inclusivist case--asserting that though God saves people only through the work of Jesus Christ, some may be saved even if they do not know about Christ.

As each scholar presents his own case and responds to strengths and weaknesses of differing positions, readers are treated to a lively and informative debate. What About Those Who Have Never Heard? is a truly helpful book on one of today's--and every day's--most crucial questions

-Publisher

"What is the fate of those who die never hearing the gospel?" This question has long been contemplated by people from every religious persuasion and every walk of life. This book represents the span of evangical conviction on the destiny of the unevangelized. Nash argues the restrictivist position, Fackre advocates the divine perseverance, and Sanders sets forth the Inclusivist case.
-Publisher

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Ronald H Nash

Ronald H. Nash (PhD, Syracuse University) was professor of philosophy at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He was the author of numerous books, including The Concept of God, Faith and Reason,Is Jesus the Only Savior? and When a Baby Dies.

J Sanders

John Sanders (Ph.D., University of South Africa) is professor of religion and theology at Huntington College. He is the author of The God Who Risks and coauthor of The Openness of God. Christopher A. Hall (Ph.D., Drew University) is associate professor of biblical and theological studies at Eastern College. He is an editor at large for Christianity Today and author of Reading Scripture with the Church Fathers.

Gabriel Fackre

Gabriel Fackre is Abbot Professor Emeritus of Christian Theology at Andover Newton Theological School, Newton Centre, Massachusetts. His books include Restoring the Center: Essays Evangelical & Ecumenical; The Christian Story, Volume 1: A Narrative Interpretation of Basic Christian Doctrine; The Christian Story, Volume 2: Authority: Scripture in the Church for the World; The Church: Signs of the Spirit and Signs of the Times: The Christian Story, A Pastoral Systematics; Christology in Context: The Christian Story, A Pastoral Systematics; The Doctrine of Revelation: A Narrative Interpretation and (with Dorothy Fackre) Christian Basics: A Primer for Pilgrims (Eerdmans). Most recently he has revised The Promise of Reinhold Niebuhr (Third edition)

  • Introduction - <em>john Sanders</em>
  • Inclusivism - <em>john Sanders</em>
  • Responses
  • <em>gabriel Fackre</em>
  • <em>ronald H. Nash</em>
  • Divine Perseverance - <em>gabriel Fackre</em>
  • Responses
  • <em>ronald H. Nash</em>
  • <em>john Sanders</em>
  • Restrictivism - <em>ronald H. Nash</em>
  • Responses
  • <em>john Sanders</em>
  • <em>gabriel Fackre</em>
  • Notes
  • Suggestions For Further Reading

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