Doctrine of Inclusion – Study Notes
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Questions raised in this note include:
- What is the Doctrine of Inclusion?
- Are those who preach historical reconciliation really universalists in disguise?
- Why does the doctrine of inclusion particularly appeal to grace folk?
- How does the doctrine of inclusion mislead?
- Are we reconciled or aren’t we?
- When were we reconciled?
- Why preach “the whole world is saved”?
- What are some scriptures used to support the view that the whole world is already saved?
- Is it a bad idea to tell a sinner that they are saved?
- What is all this emphasis on objective vs. subjective realities?
- Is the whole world righteous? Justified?
- How important is faith?
- Is faith merely a discovery?
- Are we saved by our faith or His?
- Is faith (on our part) a pre-requisite for salvation?
- How do we abuse faith?
- How do grace and faith cooperate?
- Are we “potentially” saved?
- Jesus came to save the entire world. Did He fail?
- What is salvation, really?