We believe that the judgment of God is inscrutable, deep, infinitely just, infinitely merciful, proceeding from complete and total understanding. And we believe that God, though he does not show personal favoritism, as philanthropos and our savior, is not blindly unbiased to us as human beins but wants to save us. And he has been in the business of bringing about opportunities for salvation from the time he made us until the time he separates our souls from our bodies in death. If we are not saved, it is not because of a divine oversight, but because we have made the effort not to be saved. This is just my opinion, but it's also what I've gathered from Orthodox teaching. I think it applies to all people, Orthodox or not. For God desires the salvation of each person and has power to do so by his own means. It may be someone has never heard of the Gospel of Orthodoxy, but he still has a conscience given him by God for guidance. He can follow that. Jesus Christ is the Truth himself, and he guides everyone who seeks truth to himself. Of course, as he himself said, there are those who become ensnared by various things and fall away.