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    The Gospel of Inclusion, as Taught by Carlton Pearson and Rick Warren, Encompasses Several False Beliefs

    Updated: April 13, 2019 at 4:35 pm EST  See Comments

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    The gospel of inclusion is simply the old heresy of universalism re-packaged and given a new name. Universalism is the belief that all people will eventually be saved and go to heaven. The gospel of inclusion, as taught by Carlton Pearson and others, encompasses several false beliefs:

    (1) The gospel of inclusion says that the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ paid the price for all of humanity to enjoy eternal life in heaven without any need for repentance.

    (2) The gospel of inclusion teaches that salvation is unconditional and does not even require faith in Jesus Christ as the payment for mankind’s sin debt.

    (3) The gospel of inclusion believes that all humanity is destined to life in heaven whether or not they realize it.

    (4) The gospel of inclusion declares that all humanity will go to heaven regardless of religious affiliation.

    (5) Lastly, the gospel of inclusion holds that only those who intentionally and consciously reject the grace of God—after having “tasted the fruit” of His grace—will spend eternity separated from God.

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    THE FOUNDATIONAL ERROR IN WARREN’S BOOK IS THE EXTREME SHALLOWNESS AND INSUFFICIENCY OF HIS GOSPEL

    In chapter 7, “The Reason for Everything,” Warren explains to his readers how they can become a Christian. 

    “If you are not sure you have done this, all you

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