Theology of Religions, Universal Salvation, and the Holy Spirit

in Journal of Pentecostal Theology
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Abstract

This article is an attempt at viewing the doctrine of salvation from a trinitarian point of view by shifting the focus of the inclusivist theology of religion from a traditional christocentric version into a version that, rather than only being linked to christology, is substantially linked and fundamentally based on a trinitarian doctrine of God. By this focus, I attempt at promoting a theology of religion that is based on the conviction that the non-christian religions can experience God's salvation by means of the particular work of the Spirit and not only by the work of the Son. The purpose is to take christocentric inclusivism into a more biblically comprehensive pneumatico-trinitarian attestation. In the Bible, the saviour of the world is the triune God as the Father, who reconciles the world to Himself particularly by virtue of His Son but universally by virtue of His Holy Spirit.

Theology of Religions, Universal Salvation, and the Holy Spirit

in Journal of Pentecostal Theology

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