Inclusivism is the view that those that have not heard the gospel can be saved by responding to the light given to them and they will be saved by God's grace. Inclusivism (unlike Pluralism) does teach that Jesus is the only way to God and Christianity is the only true religion but that the means of salvation can be made via other ways other than explicit faith in Christ. So in this few even atheists can be saved, and I am speaking about those that have never heard the gospel because General Revelation is good enough. In the exclusivist view however, conscious faith is necessary for salvation and plenty of biblical references teach this ( John 14:6; John 3:16-18; and Romans 10:13-15). But one has to wonder what of babies and Developmentally disabled people? How does God deal with them? Perhaps this passage will help explain. Matthew, Chapter 20, Verses 1-16, English Standard Version So what is your view? The Bible does teach exclusivism, but there may be some exceptions to the rule. No this is not logically correct, but we serve a God of grace.