No Other Name : A Biblical, Historical, and Theological Investigation into the Destiny of the Unevangelized

ISBN-10: 0802806155

ISBN-13: 9780802806154

Edition: 1st 1992

Authors: John Sanders

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List price: $28.00
Edition: 1st
Copyright year: 1992
Publisher: Eerdmans Publishing Company, William B.
Binding: Paperback
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Forewordp. xiii
Prefacep. xvii
Introductionp. 1
Formulating the Issue
The Issue in Contextp. 11
The Questionp. 11
Should an Answer Be Attempted?p. 15
The Topic within Evangelicalismp. 20
Two Essential Truthsp. 25
Control Beliefsp. 31
The Two Extremes: Restrictivism and Universalism
Restrictivism: All the Unevangelized Are Damnedp. 37
Key Biblical Textsp. 38
Theological Considerationsp. 42
The Particularity and Finality of the Revelation and Salvific Work of Jesusp. 42
General Revelation Does Not Provide a Means to Salvationp. 45
Commitment to Christ Must Occur during One's Lifetimep. 46
The Unevangelized Deserve Condemnationp. 47
The Implications of the Restrictivist Position for Missionsp. 48
The Doctrine of Limited Atonementp. 50
Leading Defendersp. 51
Augustinep. 51
John Calvinp. 56
R. C. Sproulp. 58
Evaluationp. 60
The Accessibility of Salvationp. 60
The Role of Christ in Salvationp. 62
The Character of General Revelationp. 68
The Boundary of Deathp. 70
The Question of Missionsp. 71
Limited Atonementp. 71
Historical Bibliographyp. 73
Universalism: All the Unevangelized Are Savedp. 81
Key Biblical Textsp. 83
Theological Considerationsp. 89
Sovereign Lovep. 89
God's Eternal Persistencep. 93
The Justice of Godp. 94
Leading Defendersp. 98
Origenp. 98
Charles Chauncyp. 101
John A. T. Robinsonp. 104
Evaluationp. 106
Universalism vs. Universally Accessible Salvationp. 107
The Reality of Hellp. 108
Divine Love and Human Freedomp. 110
The Purpose of Divine Judgmentp. 114
Excursus on Radical Pluralismp. 115
The Pitfalls of Radical Reinterpretationp. 119
Who Is God? What Is Salvation?p. 119
The Criteria for Truthp. 122
Historical Bibliographyp. 124
Salvation As Universally Accessible
The Wider Hopep. 131
Historical Bibliographyp. 137
Universal Evangelization -- before Deathp. 151
God Will Send the Messagep. 152
Key Biblical Textsp. 153
Theological Considerationsp. 153
A Leading Defender: Thomas Aquinasp. 156
Historical Bibliographyp. 159
Universal Opportunity at Deathp. 164
Theological Considerationsp. 165
Middle Knowledgep. 167
Evaluationp. 171
God Will Send the Messagep. 171
Universal Opportunity at Deathp. 172
Middle Knowledgep. 173
Eschatological Evangelizationp. 177
Key Biblical Textsp. 178
Theological Considerationsp. 189
The Insufficiency of General Revelation for Salvationp. 189
Our Destinies Are Not Necessarily Determined at Deathp. 190
Implications of the Belief That Infants Who Die Are Savedp. 191
The Broad Implications of Universally Accessible Salvationp. 192
Leading Defendersp. 195
Joseph Leckiep. 195
Gabriel Fackrep. 197
George Lindbeckp. 200
Evaluationp. 205
Historical Bibliographyp. 211
Inclusivism: Universally Accessible Salvation apart from Evangelizationp. 215
Key Biblical Textsp. 217
Theological Considerationsp. 224
Believers vs. Christiansp. 224
The Role of General Revelationp. 233
The Work of God in Effecting Salvationp. 236
The Cosmic Work of Jesus Christp. 238
The Implications of the Presence of Other Religionsp. 241
Leading Defendersp. 249
John Wesleyp. 249
C. S. Lewisp. 251
Clark Pinnockp. 257
Evaluationp. 264
Historical Bibliographyp. 267
Conclusionp. 281
Infant Salvation and Damnationp. 287
Only Baptized or Elect Children Are Savedp. 290
Through Baptismp. 291
Through Electionp. 294
The Destiny of Infants Who Die Is a Mysteryp. 296
Evangelization in or after Deathp. 297
All Young Children Who Die Are Savedp. 298
The Arminian Argumentp. 299
The Reformed Argumentp. 300
Conclusionp. 304
Index of Subjects and Namesp. 307
Index of Scripture Referencesp. 311
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