Pope Francis' Inclusivism and the Little Boy Reviewed, Open Phones, Many Topics
Series The Dividing Line 2018
Started off looking carefully, and hopefully fairly, at the video of Pope Francis speaking to a young boy whose atheist father had died. We examined the reality that Francis is an inclusivist, a person who clearly does not believe that explicit confession of faith in Jesus Christ is necessary for salvation. We likewise considered other issues relating to Roman Catholicism, the papacy, and the topic of the lost, in relationship to the video. Then we went to callers and covered a wide variety of topics, including one call on interacting with those who oppose our views on “critical race theory” and related topics to the recent MLK controversy. We also took a call on whether Exodus 21 is relevant to the topic of abortion.
|Apr 19, 2018