Salvation through the Christian perspective

$9.00

Your paper must be a minimum of 3 pages (12-pt. font, double-spaced) where each of the following is addressed:

Definition of the word (choose one word if more than one is listed)

-Directions on where to find the word in the assigned readings for the week (Chapter and verse)

-PLEASE USE ALVA MCCLAIN’S ROMANS: THE GOSPEL OF GOD’S GRACE PAGES 149-171 AND GAEBELEIN’S EXPOSITORY BIBLE COMMENTARY PAGES 75-100 and two other sources

Delineation of how Paul uses the word in explaining/supporting his theology
Your paper must be written in report form using APA guidelines. Two outside sources (in addition to the texts used in this course) must be used

Description

In Christianity, salvation is redemption from sins.  Christianity considers sin to be the major human problem. Sins not only cause human suffering but they also lead to eternal suffering in afterlife.  According to Alister (400) Christians sees salvation as the ultimate solution to the problem of sins, temporal suffering, and end avoidance of eternal suffering.   Christians believe that salvation becomes possible through life, death and resurrection of Christ. In salvation, this is referred to as atonement. Christianity teaches that individuals need to be saved. However, many have asked from what Christians need to be saved from.