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Will people still perish who never heard of Jesus Christ?
Series:  Q&A with Alan Cairns  · 41 of 57
8/31/2009 (MON)
  |  Bible: John 14:6; Acts 4:12
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    Margaret (7/14/2018)
    from Australia
    “ Well said ”
    It is not that some people have not heard about God. Rather, the problem is that they have rejected what they have heard and what is readily seen in nature. Deuteronomy 4:29 proclaims, “But if from there you seek the LORD your God, you will find him if you look for him with all your heart and with all your soul.” This verse teaches an important principle—everyone who truly seeks after God will find Him. If a person truly desires to know God, God will make Himself known. The problem is “there is no one who understands, no one who seeks God” (Romans 3:11). People reject the knowledge of God that is present in nature and in their own hearts, and instead decide to worship a “god” of their own creation. It is foolish to debate the fairness of God sending someone to hell who never had the opportunity to hear the gospel of Christ. People are responsible to God for what God has already revealed to them. The Bible says that people reject this knowledge, and therefore God is just in condemning them to hell. If we assume that those who never hear the gospel are granted mercy from God, we will run into a terrible problem. If people who never hear the gospel are saved, it is logical that we should make sure no one ever hears the gospel. The worst thing we could do would be to share the gosp

    AnonContact via email (7/1/2018)
    from Canada
    “ Great Sermon! ”
    We face a difficulty: Is possible that only those who have heard about Christ can be saved? Or is salvation also available for those who haven't heard about him? The element which solves this dilemma is the criteria according to which God will judge those who never heard about Christ and grant them salvation. The Bible states that God is holy and will judge humans with justice (Acts 17,31), according to the available measure of revelation they had and their response to it, expressed through their deeds (Romans 2,6), words (Matthew 12,36-37) and thoughts (Hebrews 4,12). The amount of revelation one has determines a consequent measure of responsibility on his behalf (Luke 12,47-48). In the Western world, almost anyone has elementary knowledge about Christianity, and therefore the terms of one's salvation are clear. As for those who never had the chance to hear the Christian message or heard a perverted version of it, it is obvious that their judgment will require other criteria than responding to the historical Jesus Christ. God didn’t leave the world without a proper testimony about himself (Acts 14,17) and doesn’t condemn anybody without first revealing his grace. Pastor Cairn's explanation is thus wanting. Pygmies, Eskimos, Indians, Chinese dock workers may never have heard.

    Lee SauderContact via email (8/23/2011)
    from Center,CO
    “ Romans 1:18 ”
    Romans 1:18 says For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold the truth in unrighteousness; Ro 1:19 Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed it unto them. Which is saying the wrath of God is revealed to them that hold truth in unrighteousness. We as humans have the law of God in our conscience, so if we do what we know through our conscience and worship God as the creator of the universe, it is the same as the old testament saints. But if we know of Christ and can read his teaching we are without excuse because we hold the truth. To learn more read and study the book of Romans. Its all in there. God bless your efforts.

    graeme ellingsenContact via email (8/22/2011)
    from Gympie, Australia
    “ Great Sermon! ”
    Excellent answer, very clear, non ambiguous, thankyou

    Florin MotiuContact via email (9/9/2009)
    from Oradea, Romania
    “ Only Savior. ”
    Biblical truth asserted: there is salvation only in Christ Jesus. Those who seek salvation apart from Him are lost.

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