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What About Those Who Haven’t Heard?

March 21, 2011

Collin Hansen gives a lengthy answer to this question and the differences between exclusivism and inclusivism.  He quotes from several books that serve as great resources to answer the question, “What about those who have never heard the gospel?”:

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  1. Let the Nations Be Glad! The Supremacy of God in Missions by John Piper
  2. Who Will Be Saved? Defending the Biblical Understanding of God, Salvation, and Evangelism, eds. Paul R. House and Gregory A. Thornbury
  3. More Than One Way? Four Views on Salvation in a Pluralistic World, eds. Dennis L. Okholm and Timothy R. Phillips
  4. God’s Words: Key Bible Themes You Need to Know by J. I. Packer
  5. Evangelical Affirmations, eds. Kenneth S. Kantzer and Carl F. H. Henry
  6. Evangelical Essentials: A Liberal-Evangelical Dialogue by David L. Edwards and John R. W. Stott
  7. “But Don’t All Religions Lead to God?” Navigating the Multi-Faith Maze by Michael Green
  8. No Other Name: An Investigation into the Destiny of the Unevangelized by John Sanders
  9. Who Can Be Saved? Reassessing Salvation in Christ and World Religions by Terrence L. Tiessen
  1. jose permalink

    You failed to list the book from the author of the essay you cite:
    Christopher Morgan and Robert Peterson, Faith Comes by Hearing: A Response to Inclusivism (IVP, 2008).

    Carson called it the best book on the subject.

  2. Jose, I posted on that excellent resource recently. It’s my favorite book on the subject:

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