Such as the Aboriginies in Australia, the remote areas of Tibet, the history of the Natives in the Americas, and the African tribes, all who have practiced a wide variety of different beliefs, such as shamanism, hollistic medicine, all of them who likely have no concept of Christianity nor the idea of some personal savior whatsoever.
I’d say Christianity is a POSSIBILITY, but the belief that it can be the only way and anyone who doesn’t follow will be going to hell sounds ludicrous if these remote people, majority of whom are very spiritual, just went to hell just for where they were born or taught.
Again I’m NOT putting down Christianity nor people who follow that belief system, but this question is posed for those who believe its the “only way”.
Steve N and Miss Angie- good points!
What about the days before missionaries and their ancestors?
Missionaries only started coming around in the 15, 1600s
Has different plans for those who know little? Not only is that calling these people “stupid” or “narrow”, but its saying that there’s no one path. If that is so, then why is your path so correct because you “know more”. Its sounding like your thinking outside of the box yet NOT thinking so. These kind of answers are real interesting….