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’n Ondersoek na godsdiens-inklusivisme en godsdienspluralisme by M.A. Kruger

D.G. Breed
In die Skriflig/In Luce Verbi | Vol 37, No 4 | a489 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/ids.v37i4.489 | © 2003 D.G. Breed | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 02 August 2003 | Published: 02 August 2003

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D.G. Breed, Navorser: Skool vir Bybelwetenskappe, Fakulteit Teologie, Potchefstroomse Universiteit vir CHO, South Africa

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An investigation into religious inclusivism and religious pluralism in the work of M.A. Kruger

In his exegesis of Romans M.A. Kruger arrives at the conclusion that there can be people who do not know the Scriptures or have not heard the contents of Scripture but still have true faith. Kruger’s conclusion indicates similarities with several writers who reject the religious-exclusive view that only those who know Jesus Christ and believe in Him are saved. This article explores the question to what extent Kruger’s views correspond with two ways of theological thought, that is, religious inclusivism and religious pluralism.


Religious Exclusivism; Religious Inclusivism; Religious Pluralism; Ma Kruger


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