Christian Inclusivism is a view held in theology where those of other faiths may get to eternal life. Inclusivism can range from being very theologically conservative to theologically liberal. In evangelical and conservative Inclusivism; a person can go to heaven without "accepting Christ"; but it is not too likely. In more mainline forms; its fairly strait forward; God works through all religions and all religions are "accepting Christ". 

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