Table of contents for Who can be saved? : reassessing salvation in Christ and world religions / by Terrance L. Tiessen.


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Acknowledgments
1 Where Are We Going?
2 What Are the Options?
3 Is Accessibilism a New Idea?
Part 1: How Does God Save People?
4 Who Needs to Be Saved?
5 Whom Is God Trying to Save?
6 To Whom Does God Reveal Himself?
7 By What Standard Are People Judged?
8 Can People Be Saved If They Only Have General Revelation?
9 What About the Saved Who Did Not Believe in Jesus?
10 Can Infants Be Saved?
11 Who Is Able to Believe?
12 Why Should We Send Missionaries?
Part 2: How Do the Religions Fit into God's Purposes in the World?
13 How Do Religions Come into Being?
14 How Did the Covenant People Relate to Other Religions?
15 Is There Revelation in Other Religions?
16 Is There Salvation in Other Religions?
17 How Do We Discern God's Grace in Other Religions?
18 Should We Participate in Interreligious Dialogue?
19 Should We Cooperate in Interreligious Activities?
20 Concluding Reflections
Glossary
Appendix 1 A "Particular Atonement" Reading of the Apparently Universal References Concerning 
Salvation
Appendix 2 The Distinction Between My Proposal of Universal Sufficient Grace and Amyraldian 
"Hypothetical Universalism"
Appendix 3 Scriptural Support for the Concept of Universally Sufficient Enabling Grace
Subject Index
Scripture Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Salvation, Salvation outside the church