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The Heresy of Religious Inclusivism

The heresy that sincere people in non-Christian religions can be saved, comes out of the Masonic and ecumenical theology of the Vatican II religion of Rome.

St. Polycarp taught:  "Everyone who does not confess that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh is an Antichrist; whoever does not confess the testimony of the cross, is of the Devil; and whoever perverts the saying of the Lord for his own desires, and says that there is neither resurrection nor judgment, such a one is the first-born of Satan." (AD-135, Letter to the Philippians).

There are three main views about salvation: Universalism, Exclusivism and Inclusivism. Metropolitan Kallistos Ware is an inclusivist. The voice of the New Testament and early church is exclusivist. Some biblical passages make inclusivism impossible (Rom. 10:1-4; 2Thess. 1:6-10). One must be more than sincere, he must be sincerely right in his belief. 

Metropolitan Kallistos wrote: "We believe, as Christians, that Jesus Christ is the Savior of t…