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Is there Salvation after Death?
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Ronald H. Nash The view that belief in Jesus is necessary for salvation is known as exclusivism. It should be noted, however, that some exclusivists contend that those who do not believe the gospel during their earthly lives will be given an opportunity to believe the gospel after they die and so be saved. This view is known as postmortem evangelism (PME). Differences fn12
Is God a Monster?
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Tommy Clayton If the doctrine of hell as eternal, conscious torment hadn’t been the position of the Christian church for two millennia, it might be easy to think we’re seriously out of step—a bunch of mindless minions who worship a monster-god! But when you examine the biblical evidence, without an agenda, you’ll find we sound a lot like Jesus and the apostles. Differences fn13
What Happens to People Who Have Never Heard the Gospel?
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Hank Hanegraaff People don’t end up in hell because of what they haven’t heard; they get there because of their failure to act responsibly on what God has already revealed to them — whether through creation in Romans 1, through their conscience in Romans 2, or through the light of Christ in Romans 3. Differences fn14
Will People Who Never Hear the Gospel Be Held Accountable?
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John MacArthur God’s natural revelation of Himself is not obscure or selective, observable only by a few perceptive souls who are specially gifted. His revelation of Himself through creation can be clearly seen by everyone, being understood through what has been made. Differences fn15
The Unforgivable Sin
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John MacArthur Now it might strike you as strange that there would be a sin that would not be forgivable. Don't we say that God offers forgiveness to sinners? Doesn't the gospel promise that the Lord will forgive all our sins? Differences fn16
Beyond Forgiveness: Blasphemy Against the Spirit
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John Piper The unforgivable sin of blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is an act of resistance which belittles the Holy Spirit so grievously that he withdraws forever with his convicting power so that we are never able to repent and be forgiven. Differences fn17

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