Wednesday, April 20, 2011


Barna reserch group did a survey in the US to find out what born again Christians believe about salvation. One quarter of these Christians believed that eventually all people will be accepted by God. This is universalism. Barna defines it as "as the belief that all human beings will eventually be saved after death." Personally, I feel this kind of view is disturbing because it means these Christians do not really accept the teaching of Jesus in the Bible, and if this is the case, Jesus' sacrifice on the Cross is of little meaning because these people believe that no matter what you believe eventually God will accept you.

From my own observation, people who are born-again, meaning they also received the Holy Spirit, believe that Jesus is the only way to the Father.

Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me." John 14:6

Also from observation, it seem that norminal Christians tend to believe in universalism.

To read the full article of the survey click on the title of this post.

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