In response to Dr. Boesel’s lecture, create your own map or visual representation of the nature and scope of God’s salvific incarnational presence in and for the world. Reflect on and respond to the following questions about your visual representation:
(a) To whom and how is God’s salvific incarnational presence accessible? (b) What does this mean for the status of other religions and Christianity’s relation to those religions? (c) What are the limits/obstacles to accessing that presence? For who? And who gets to say? (d) In what way is creation/nature included or excluded, and why? (300 words)
Please write in a Christian(United Methodist) Viewpoint.