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Richie Misses the Point: A Reply to Tony Richie's 'A Moderate Move or Missing the Point?'

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Contra Tony Richie, J.H. King's theology of religions proper was not 'optimistic'. 'At its core', it was pessimistic because he viewed the non-Christian faiths as products of demonic inspiration. King's theology of the humanly unreached, on the other hand, was inclusively hopeful, but he did not affirm the non-Christian religions as playing any role in the unevangelized accessing the atoning grace of Christ.

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