Salvation: A General Argical Effective Research On Salvation

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This paper is a general theological descriptive research on salvation. Also, is how an individual may get to salvation plus some of the diverse Christian beliefs on the redemption order. This author attempts to show the reader a tiny sample, of a far-reaching subject, salvation, but God, the Rock, loves the world, and he is beyond it all, and he sent his son Jesus to save, reveal and restore the world. The paper 's base ideas are coming from the volume "The Mosaic of Christian Belief" by Roger Olsen. The goal is to continue to reveal God firstly, define salvation, also discussed, the individual coming to God. Also coming up is a very brief description of the world and the Christian population. Fifthly, a description of the diverse…show more content…
In the New Testament, God transfers power to Jesus, the incarnate Son to deliver from sin, consequence and Satan. One of the first insights, on Salvation order, is that definition is not spelled out in scripture. For some people, that is likely a turn-off. However, neither was the canonization of New Testament Bible Comfort, Phillip W. "How We Got Our Bible: Christian History Timeline. "Christian History. Christianity Today, 1994. Web. 08 Apr. 2016.
(397) Or Trinity of the God, the Son and the Holy Spirit in Nicene and Apostles Creed.(312,390 respectively). Unitive salvation as being spelled out seems unlikely, but God is at the helm to reveal so who knows. Roger Olsen provides some insight on salvation; "The New Testament uses terms for various events and processes such as election, predestination, conversion, repentance, faith, justification, regeneration and sanctification. It describes gifts such as forgiveness of sins, reconciliation, union with Christ, peace with God, inner renewal, being filled with the Holy Spirit, enduement with power and glorification Nowhere does provide a neat, precise, orderly description of all these facets of whole salvation and how they take place or in what order they happened" . Olson, Roger E. "Salvation." The Mosaic of Christian Belief: Twenty Centuries of Unity and Diversity. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity, 2002.
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After doing some research, I found NT Wright to be a monergist with a very different attitude on scripture written by Paul and salvation. He is readily available, approaching 70 with a lifelong career of researching the first century. " Becoming Christian, in its initial moment is not based on anything that a person has acquired by birth or by merit. Faith is itself the first fruit of the Spirits calls" Wright, Tom. "New Perspectives on Paul, by N.T. Wright." New Perspectives on Paul, by N.T. Wright. Accessed April 08, 2016. doi:10th Edinburgh Dogmatics Conference: 25–28 August

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