Many of today’s “pop evangelist” like Joel Osteen believe that Jesus may be the “way, the truth and the life” for some people, but not all. These false prophets teach that sincerity is more important than theology and that all roads lead to God.
Inclusivism is one of numerous approaches used to understand the contrasting relationship between what Jesus explicitly said and what other religions teach with respect to the after life. Inclusivism teaches that while one set of beliefs is absolutely true for some, it may not be true for others – Jesus may be “the way, the truth and the life” for you, but it is not for me. In our post-modern, emerging church, “believe-what-thou-wilt as long as you are sincere” church and culture, inclusivism has become all the rage, even in supposed evangelical circles.
Exclusivism states that Jesus’ words are true for all people of every age and that “no one” “can come to the Father except through” Christ.
In this two hour debate, you will hear point counter-point from reformed Baptist scholar, Dr. James R. White (exclusivist), and open theism proponent (inclusivist), Dr. John Sanders.
The propositions considered include:
Will God save people apart from knowledge of Jesus Christ?
Is Jesus the only way?
What does John 14:6 mean?
Is “true for you, but not true for me” a valid proposition?
Encoding: Region Free
Time: 140 minutes
True for You, But Not for Me! DVD:
- Item Price: $12.95
- Listed On: May 11, 2012