What happens to people who never hear about Christ? For many evangelical theologians, the fate of the unevangelized causes them to question the basic tenets of their evangelical identity. In The Possibility of Salvation Among the Unevangelised, David Strange examines Canadian evangelist Clark H. Pinnock’s vigorous defense of inclusivism, which maintains that the un-evangelized soul can indeed know the saving power of Christ without ever being intellectually aware of his existence.
Through this detailed analysis and critique of Pinnock’s work, Strange examines the issues that surround the question of salvation for the unevangelized and the implications for Christology, soteriology, and the doctrine of revelation.
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- Evangelical responses on the question of salvation for the unevangelized
- Assessment of Clark H. Pinnock’s theories of inclusivism
- Foreword by Gavin D’Costa
- Bibliographical references and indexes
Praise for the Print Edition
One of the best comprehensive surveys of this debate.
—Gavin D’Costa, professor of Catholic theology, University of Bristol, Great Britain
- Title: The Possibility of Salvation Among the Unevangelised: An Analysis of Inclusivism in Recent Evangelical Theology
- Author: Daniel Strange
- Publisher: Paternoster
- Publication Date: 2003
- Pages: 362
About Daniel Strange
Daniel Strange is the coordinator of the Religious and Theological Studies Fellowship, UCCF, UK.