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@@ Is Evangelicalism Exclusively Exclusive? @@

Here’s a video I found on a link from Mike Fox’s blog. Mike believes this video is part of the evidence that President Bush should not be considered an evangelical, and most consider it proof that he is a universalist. I’m not sure about either one of these claims.

Are inclusivists not evangelical? Most arminians I’ve met are inclusive in some way because they believe that people who have never heard of Christ will be judged according to how they responded to the revelation they did have exposure to.  Other evangelicals are even more inclusive and for different reasons.  So … as far as I can tell, evangelicalism is not exclusively exclusive.  

Is George Bush a Universalist?  Do people who believe Muslims and Jews are going to heaven automatically fit the definition of universalism? I thought universalism was when you believed that all people of all religions (not just Christians, Muslims, and Jews) are going to heaven, and even all non-religious people. Universalism by definition is the belief that all people will ultimately be saved.

Anyway … here’s the clip.

Youthful Exclusivism: UNITED

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