What are we to make of the kind, benevolent person, virtuous in every way, who has no faith in Jesus? Often it is put to us very pointedly: “My grandmother is a wonderful woman. She is kind to strangers, generous to charity, loved and admired by all who know her.. But my grandmother is Jewish – or Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Secular Humanist – you fill in the blank. Are you telling me that she is on her way to hell just because she doesn’t believe in Jesus? What kind of cruel, unreasonable god do you serve, anyway?”
In Romans 10 Paul can help us see this conundrum from God’s perspective.
Read Notes: Rom10.pdf