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More than one way? by Clark H. Pinnock
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The growing belief that Christ is just one of many ways to God is becoming a real challenge for evangelical Christians. In this unique book, four dominant theological views--from salvation in Christ alone to the belief that all ethical religions lead to God--are presented side by side by advocates of each, to help thinking Christians understand and meet the challenges these beliefs present.

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