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Possibility of Salvation Among the Unevangelized: An Analysis of Inclusivism in Recent Evangelical Theology (Daniel Strange) Paperback Book, (Wipf and Stock, 2001) 9781597527767
Possibility of Salvation Among the Unevangelized: An Analysis of Inclusivism in Recent Evangelical Theology (Daniel Strange) Paperback Book, (Wipf and Stock, 2001) 9781597527767
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Title: The Possibility of Salvation Among the Unevangelized: An Analysis of Inclusivism in Recent Evangelical Theology

Author: Strange, Daniel

Publisher: Wipf and Stock; Publication Date: 2001

Paperback; ISBN: 9781597527767

Volumes: 1; Pages: 400

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"A very thorough investigation of Clark Pinnock's theology which sets it quite clearly within the framework of traditional evangelical thought and shows how and to what extent Pinnock has deviated from that. Dr. Strange has covered the ground as well as anyone could, and his conclusions are both coherent and sensible. It will undoubtedly be an important reference work for anyone interested in current evangelical thought." Professor Gerald L. Bray, Beeson Divinity School, Samford University.ContentsPart 1: The Question of the Unevangelised in Recent Evangelical Theology1. Evangelicals and the Question of the Unevangelised Establishing Working Definitions and Parameters of StudyThree Strands of EvangelicalismThe Reformed/Calvinist TraditionThe Arminian TraditionPostconservative Evangelical TheologyDefining 'Pluralism' and the 'Theology of Religions'The Unevangelised in Recent Evangelical TheologyTowards a Working Definition of the Unevangelised and InclusivismPart 2: The 'Pneumatological Inclusivism' of Clark H. Pinnock2. An Introduction to the Thought of Clark H. PinnockIntroduction: Reasons for StudyTheological Presuppostions: Pinnock on the Nature of Freedom and Trinitarian Openness3. Two Foundational Axioms: Universality and ParticularityThe Scope of God's Salvific Will and an Optimism in SalvationThe Finality of Jesus Christ: Universality through a Particular Act of PrepresentationSummary4. The 'Cosmic Covenant': God's Universal Saving PresenceFrom Universality to the Principle of Universal AccessibilityThe Spirit and CreationThe Spirit and Prevenient GraceThe Spirit and Christ5. The 'Cosmic Covenant': Humanity's Free Response to God through the 'Faith Principle'The Cognitive 'Faith Principle'The Ethical 'Faith Principle'Motivation for Missions, the Post-Mortem Encounter with Christ and Related IssuesPart 3: An Analysis and Critique of Clark H. Pinnock's 'Pneumatological Inclusivism'6. The Covenant, Christ, and Confession of Christ: A Redemptive-Historical Critique of Pinnock's InclusivismIntroduction: Aims and ObjectivesSetting Out an Evangelical Theological FrameworkDispensationalismCovenant TheologyPre-Messianic Believers and the Nature of Saving Faith: Issues of Unity / Continuity
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