My preacher told a short little story that struck me as unusually wise. Although a wise man, the wisdom was not his originally. Before he was a pastor, and before seminary, my preacher was simple a churchgoer, and after a Bible study had a question for his own preacher. He had run into the big idea that the God of Abraham is recognized as the God of the Jews, and the Christians, and the Muslims. Anthropologically speaking, He is the same God (I differ in the theological sense). He asked his pastor about this complicated question, and the old man thought about it. He finally said, "I'd hate to stand before God not having known Jesus."
That strikes me as an excellent answer.
I should not put words into either my preacher's mouth or his preacher before him, but in my thinking I don't dare decide what God would do, and certainly not what He should do. Not only is it not my decision to make, but I am certain I lack both the wisdom and the righteousness to make such a decision. Certainly the Bible provides guidance in such matters, and we can should study and learn, but it makes me angry (I hope in a righteous way) when people talk as if they can tell God what to do, and when.
My preacher says something else that is meaningful regarding this: "My job is to preach, not judge. That's God's job, not mine."
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