Radical Challenge Day 13 of 21
1. Platt says that most Christians lean toward being either intellectual universalists or practical universalists. An intellectual universalist believes that religion is a matter of preference and that religions are fundamentally the same. A practical univeralist, while claiming that Christ is necessary for salvation, lives as if people around him or her will be okay in the end without Christ. Which way do you lean?
2. How do you feel about the biblical argument Platt outlines in chapter 7 for the idea that people who never hear of Jesus are destined for hell after death? What doubts or questions on this subject (if any) remain in your mind?