The judgment of God and the rise of ‘Inclusivism’ in contemporary American evangelicalism

Kuligin, Victor (2008-03)

Thesis (DTh (Systematic Theology and Ecclesiology))--University of Stellenbosch, 2008.


This study offers an overview and critique of the growing movement in American evangelicalism of what is popularly known as “inclusivism.” The mounting uneasiness expressed in many evangelical circles in North America concerning the fate of the unevangelised, and how that may square with the traditional evangelical view of their lostness, has produced a vigorous Soteriology which means to address what is viewed as inadequacies in the traditional model of salvation found in the American evangelical community.

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