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Christ, Salvation, and the Non-Christian

Unread postby Kai » Sat Jan 05, 2008 3:35 pm

Christ, Salvation and the Non-Christian

This is the first really well reasoned-out argument I've seen for the notion that non-Christians can end up in God's good graces. The usual arguments are generally along the lines of, "I can't believe God's only judge of human worth is where they pray." Frankly, that's been my argument and I've dismissed the assertion by another religion that only they have the answer simply because I thought it was egocentric and obnoxious.

However, now I'm seeing that the interpretation that so irked me may not be the only one out there with good evidence behind it. This is a relief, and something I'm not sure everyone has seen. I wanted to share it.

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