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Old 16th January 2015, 07:51 PM
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At Medjugorje, Mary said: "The majority of people go to Purgatory. Many go to hell. A small number go directly to Heaven."

Your proposal that salvation is rare outside of Christianity is incompatible with the mercy of God, the universal salvific will of God, and the teaching of Vatican II on the good found in other religions. Also, note that prior to Christianity, persons were only able to be saved by a baptism of desire or blood.

I certainly won't place limits on God's mercy, so I hope the above statements prove correct.


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Most Christians are not shining paragons of virtue, leading non-Christians to doubt that Christianity is the Way to Heaven.

Well said!
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