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  • The Soteriology Of Salvation

    Soteriology is the study of Salvation and all the aspects that make up Salvation. Sin first originated in the garden of Eden in Genesis 3:6. Here Adam and Eve sinned and were thrown out of the garden and separated from God. However, God made a way for them to receive forgiveness and atonement through the sacrificing of animals, Leviticus 23:12. These sacrifices were pointing the way to when Jesus would come and die on the cross and be the ultimate sacrifice to take the sin of the world away. The results of Jesus taking our sins away is found in Romans 6:20. We are free in Christ Jesus. There are three theories about how Jesus saved us. The Ransom theory says that Adam and Eve sold humanity to Satan when they sinned. God offered Jesus as payment…

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  • The Consequences Of Salvation And Religion In Beckett's 'Salvation'

    Salvation In religion, salvation is stated as the saving of the soul from sins and their consequences. But if one is already committed sins he/she has to repent first and confess that sin. Man, by nature, always seeks salvation either by living life without suffering or by death. Usually, salvation is related to faith in religion. If this faith is broken, somehow, religion is broken too. In Beckett’s plays, salvation means saves or protects from harm or awful conditions. Martin Esslin believes…

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  • Reflection Paper On Salvation

    I often used to focus so much on myself when I shared my testimony, but over the past year I started to question why I did this. Over the years I have come to learn that my testimony is not about myself, but rather it testifies about the love, power and grace of the One who saved me, Jesus Christ. My salvation is fully reliant on Jesus and nothing I have done. I was raised by two Christian parents, who deeply love the Lord. This was truly a blessing in my life, as I was exposed to the Bible and…

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  • Luke's View Of Salvation

    Introduction There are various perceptions of salvation; including what it is and how it can be attained. In one of the most widely quoted passages of Acts, Luke lays out his belief of how salvation is found. He says: “Salvation is found in no-one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to men by which we must be saved” (Acts 4:12). This research undertakes a critical analysis of this biblical verse with a view to understanding and showing what its author might have meant and the…

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  • Essay: Uncertainty Of Salvation

    How to be Saved Uncertainty of Salvation In these past years, many people are uncertain on how they will spend eternity if they died today. Many people, even Christians, are uncertain about their salvation and where they will spend the eternity. Christians have various beliefs based on their traditions, denominations, emotions and others. Therefore, as a Christian, are you ready for the Judgment Day? Satan deceives people into believing a false perception that they are saved if they are a…

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  • The Doctrinal Reflection Of Secure Salvation

    This doctrinal belief comes from the Baptist tradition. Secure salvation essentially means once you commit your life to Jesus Christ, one cannot lose their salvation. I believe when one truly commits their life to God, they should have a radical change of heart and desire to follow Him. This is essential within Christianity, because if we do not surrender our lives to God and desire to follow Him we are hypocrites. These hypocritical people are considered nominal Christians because they claim…

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  • Short Summary: The Wesley Understand Of Human Salvation

    The Wesley Understand of Human Salvation What is salvation? The salvation which is here spoken of is not what is frequently understood by the word, the going to heaven, eternal happiness. ……It is not a blessing which lies on the other side of death….it is a present thing….[it] might be extended to the entire work of God , from the first dawning of grace in the soul till it is consummated in glory (Maddox 143). Albert C. Outler noted that this sermon has the most extensive history of oral…

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  • The Salvation Army: The Salvation Army

    The Salvation Army Introduction Mr. William Booth was the founder of The Salvation Army during the late 1800’s in London England. In one word Mr. Booth describes The Salvation Army is about taking care of others (The Salvation Army, 2016). Prior to starting The Salvation Army, Mr. Booth was a preacher who roamed the roads of London to preach the Gospel to whomever would listen. Mr. Booth’s preached a message of hope and salvation to thieves, prostitutes and the poor. One day during a…

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  • Salvation: The Next Step In The Process Of Salvation

    The next step in the process of salvation is justification. A believer is called by God and they are also justified by Him and Him alone. Justification, as the other elements of salvation, are the work of God. There is much I could say regarding justification but I will make it simple and say that justification is being made right with God. Or we could say being declared righteous. God declares a person righteous when he or she puts their faith in Christ alone for salvation. It is God who…

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  • The Importance Of Salvation

    The term salvation is the deliverance from sin and its consequences. It is believed by Christians that salvation is to be brought about by the faith in Christ. Salvation is known for its meaning of being saved from harm, ruin, or loss but mostly form preventing to go to hell after death (Collins, 1989, pg 76). However, theologians have disputed on how salvation in theology of religions is more about how and who than about what and why: How is salvation brought about and who can be saved?…

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