John MacArthur on Inclusivism, Billy Graham and the Pope

John MacArthur on Inclusivism, Billy Graham and the Pope

In this clip, John MacArthur explicitly rejects the claim made by Leighton Flowers that John MacArthur teaches inclusivism (that people can be saved by Jesus, but through some other means that faith in Jesus). Here, from back in 2012, MacArthur challenges the infamous clip of Billy Graham claiming that it’s possible to be saved without hearing of Jesus. He also challenges the Pope on this teaching, who Flowers and Graham claim is a saved believer.

Listen to MacArthur in his own words. He says, speaking of Flowers/Graham/the Pope as “I cannot imagine a belief more disastrous than that.”


Let's STOP the Modern Day Downgrade

“Daily, the work at Pulpit & Pen is filling the void of places where 100 men once stood and that is not an exaggeration. Day in and day out, they tirelessly vet offerings and influence of ministries around the world that they may guard the little sheep from the least to the most damning of errors. This is hard, unappreciative and alienating toil... JD Hall and his contributors such as Seth Dunn, are almost single-handedly leading the way in a rescue attempt of conservative Evangelicalism and especially the Southern Baptist Convention.” -Alex A. Guggenheim

Today we ask you to defend Pulpit & Pen’s independence.

We’re a non-profit that depends on donations to stay online and thriving.

Please consider making a donation of $5, $20, $50 or whatever you can to protect and sustain Pulpit & Pen.

Thanks,
JD Hall
Pulpit & Pen Founder

Click here to invest in discernment ministry.



Facebook Comments