This year evangelicals have discussed and debated the exclusivity of Christ more intensely than in recent years, incited by books, personalities, and conferences. The Evangelical Theological Society recently held their annual meeting in San Francisco on the issue as well. For scholars, pastors, and engaged Christians, belief that Jesus is the only way changes the way we live and interact with others. It may be helpful to reflect on a few ways the belief in the exclusivity of Christ affects our lives.
First, if Jesus is the only way, we must be courageous. We must not flinch from telling others that Jesus is the only way, even if it means we are rejected by others.
Read the entire address here.