Several important footnotes were omitted from the book in the printing process. They are included here for your reference:

From page 100

Footnote #70 

A very fine book that gives a great summary of these three views and an excellent response to inclusivism is Christopher W. Morgan and Robert A. Peterson, eds., Faith Comes by Hearing: A Response to Inclusivism (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2008). Some use the term “universalism” (which suggests that all will ultimately be saved) and “pluralism” (as defined here) interchangeably. See page 6 of Morgan & Peterson. 

Footnote #72 

James Borland, “A Theologian Looks at the Gospel and World Religions.” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 33 (March 1990), p. 3–11. 

Footnote #73 

Morgan and Peterson, Faith Comes by Hearing, p. 36.

From page 123

Footnote #98

The book was Creative Counterpart by Linda Dillow. For many years, Partenera Creatoare (Creative Counterpart) was the only Christian book explicitly for women in Romania. The English version of this book is available today on Amazon as Creative Counterpart: Becoming the Woman, Wife, and Mother You’ve Longed to Be (Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, 2003). It has been in print since 1977, and close to half a million copies in English have been sold around the world. No one knows how many copies have been printed in Romanian, Hungarian, and other Eastern European languages since it first appeared in the early 1980s. Today the book’s name is Partenera Creativă (Creative Partner) in Romania. Stories are told of how the book was copied by hand during the eighties to present to couples before their wedding. Linda Dillow and her books are still much loved in Romania, across Eastern Europe, and around the world. Linda was among the travellers who came from Vienna to teach women’s groups during the eighties. 

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