This morning in the intro to the sermon our priest spoke about a funeral service he had conducted the day before. About the deceased he said, [He] had nothing to do with the church for the rest of his life, other than when he got married … [He] had a servant heart. Someone who was always reliable, who honoured his word, who loved his family, who was committed to his friends, … always involved in the community, rugby league, netball, fishing, He had his own business, a tradesman, put a whole generation of young menthrough his business as apprentices. ... Everything this man said, did, and lived was an example of Christ. For 77 years he had nothing to do with the church though. (this is fairly accurate because it was taken from a recording) This certainly sounds like a good man by worldly standards. The priest did not directly say that this man was saved but from the way he spoke he was suggesting that. Is this good theology? Is it enough that we be good people without believing in Christ Jesus as our saviour?