Man Fell Into Sin Analysis
Genesis 3:6 explain how the man fell into sin, how Adam and Eve sinned by disobeying God and eat the forbidden fruit. God shows his justice and God punish them and Romans 6:23 says that the wages of sin is death. Since man fell into sin there was a space between man and God, and cannot do good things. But still, even if man fell into sin, God still love man and gave them common grace and mercies. Christ as the second person …show more content…
There are many people who glorify Christ because of His sacrifice on the cross, but there are some people that think that God is guilty of demanding and accepting a very expensive price of Christ's sacrifice. In John 3:16 says that “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” The scripture shows us that God wants to save the human, so God send His son to replace us. God save us the sinners because of His love for us and His …show more content…
This theory talk about the effect of Christ’s cross for the sinners. When we talk about Christ’s cross, we talk about the greatness of divine love for man. Christ died on the cross for sinners motivate us to repentance and faith. We need to respond it, we should stop do sin and turn to God’s way. Christ’s life is the perfect example for us to life in God’s way. Through Christ’s sacrifice on the cross, Christ shows us how to obey the Father and life in the holiness.
B. Governmental Theory
This theory talk about the seriousness of sin. Hugo Grotius is an important figure in this theory. This theory is a respond to the Socinians, he think that they are too human-centered. God is holy and God is justice and Grotius envisions God as a head of government who enforce the law. He could have simply forgive the sinners, but it would not have had any value for society and man will degrading the law. That is why Christ is the only way to save man from the punishment, while justice of God against sin, and shows the power of