Which understanding of salvation is most Biblically based.

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Which option does the Bible teach

Universalism: God loves everybody and He's not going to send anyone to hell.
4
17%
Religious Pluralism: All sincere religious people go to heaven.
0
No votes
Annihilationism: those who reject Christ will just be no more
5
22%
inclusivism: those who don't accept Christ on earth, will stand before God and get another chance.
2
9%
exclusivism: those who hear the word of God and believe in Christ will be the only ones who go to heaven.
12
52%
 
Total votes : 23

Re: Which understanding of salvation is most Biblically base

Postby mitchellmckain » Thu Dec 16, 2010 8:25 pm

gary_s wrote:Mitch, do you have a few atheists in mind that meet this criteria? Who might they be?

Yes it was a response to the post which preceded it.
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Re: Which understanding of salvation is most Biblically base

Postby tirtlegrrl » Sun Jan 02, 2011 11:01 pm

Where's the poll option for "all of the above"?
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Re: Which understanding of salvation is most Biblically base

Postby Mr. Sluagh » Wed May 04, 2011 6:48 pm

I chose annihilationism, but just because it's the only one that only contains statements that I will assent to, strictly speaking.
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