The author faces honestly the conundrum of what the committed Christian believer does theologically in face of the growing evidence, scholarly and from personal encounter, that there are other ways, religious ways, of leading a full, authentic human life, than the Christian way. Can a person be "saved," that is, come to live a truly human life, by some other name than that of Jesus Christ? His answer is one can be "saved" by "some other name," and then he proceeds to show how this affirmation can be squared theologically with a full Christian commitment.
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