Salvation Analysis

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When you think or say salvation many people think about salvation differently. According to Burge and Lauber they say that the way you obtain salvation is, you need your sins forgiven, reconciled to God, freed from evil powers, transformed to be like God and you need victory over death (115). But there is good news about obtaining this according to 1 Corinthians 15:3-8 it talks about how Jesus died on the cross and that he was doing this for our sins so that we could all be able to go to heaven. This event then provided us a way for forgiveness like in Acts 2:38 it talks about how Peter told them to ask for forgiveness so that they could receive the gift from the holy spirit. Doing this then means that then you are able to repent so stated …show more content…
One way that the bible and the case study are different is that in the case study a quote that they made was that “it makes more sense to me that he died as a martyr” “to prove he truly believed” “to say that Jesus’ sole purpose of dying was an atonement is narrow and skewed.” But according to Burge and Lauber it says that although we are sinners we can have confidence to enter the holy place because of Jesus’ atoning sacrifice (122). What the case study says is very different to what the bible says, in romans 3 it talks about how people are sinners and do bad things, but the whole reason of Jesus to dying on the cross was to take our sins away so that when we did sin we were able to repent and still be able to have salvation even if we have …show more content…
But really according to the bible he died out of his love for us and dying on the cross gave us power to love each other. Her belief is wrong because the way she sees it she misses the idea of how its an example of love for others, and that the power it gives us to love like he did to die on the cross so that we could have salvation. Like a bible verse Hebrews 12:1-5 it talks about how he was able to show how much he loved us because of the things that he had to go through when dying on the cross. Another way that the case study differs from the bible is that in the case study Christie talks a lot about our efforts, finding our way back and following Jesus’ examples. But justification teaches us that we can’t do it on our own we have to have God’s forgiveness through Jesus. Like in Romans 8:1 it says that “there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.” So basically it is saying that if you believe and you follow Jesus your will be able to have salvation and you wont go to

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