Is georgraphy really the determining factor in salvation?

11th April 2018
Chalke Talk 24 - Heaven can’t just be for Christians

Life in our globalised, multi-faith, multi-cultural, world highlights some big questions, ones which have always been there for the Church, but which have often been ignored, says Steve in this week’s Chalke Talk.

Chalke Talk 24 from Open Church network on Vimeo.

Steve says that if the common belief that only self-professing Christians can be saved is true, then the majority of the world’s population – particularly those outside the West - will be condemned.  Steve raises the question of whether this is really the plan that a universally loving God would put into practise.

What do you think?  Do you agree with Steve?

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