Questions for Michael Voris on EENS:

Questions for Michael Voris on EENS (Outside the Church, No Salvation)

1. Can atheists who have sufficient accurate knowledge about Christianity, are able to be baptized with water, but who decline baptism and belief in God, enter the state of grace by an implicit baptism of desire?

2. Can atheists be saved without converting to belief in God?

3. Can Jews or Muslims who have sufficient accurate knowledge about Christianity, are able to be baptized with water, but who decline baptism, enter the state of grace by an implicit baptism of desire?

4. Can Jews or Muslims, who have sufficient accurate knowledge about Christianity, be saved without converting to Christianity?

5. Can non-Catholic Christians, who have sufficient accurate knowledge about Catholicism, but decline to convert, die in the state of grace and be saved?

6. Is an act of love sufficient for an adult to obtain sanctifying grace and to supply the lack of formal baptism with water?

7. Is the implicit baptism of desire only available to persons who are unable to be baptized with water because of circumstances that make baptism by water impossible? [As Christine Niles asserts in “The Download – What the Hell?”
https://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/the-downloadhell

8. Can persons who do not know the Church or who even outwardly reject Her, obtain salvation through divine grace, by virtue of Christ’s redeeming sacrifice, without external or formal membership in the Church?

9. What happens to the children of non-Christians who die without formal baptism with water?

10. What happens to children who die in the womb without formal baptism with water?

11. Does God will that all human persons be saved, even though many are not saved?

12. Since the time of Christ, is salvation granted only to those who explicitly believe in Christ?

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