Saturday, June 17, 2006


When Christians say salvation, what does that mean to you?

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Anonymous said...

I googled salvation and thi swas my favorite result

Life, Truth and Love understood and demonstrated as supreme over all; sin, sickness, and death destroyed

theboythatis said...

I think that all too often we see salvation as being tossed a life preserver... but Christ didn't come here to preserve the life we're living, He came change the way we're living. I really enjoyed the way Brian McLaren dealed with salvation. He came to give us our rightful judgement, but then to deny us our right to punishment through his saving grace. Then he taught us how to live in a way that would save us from the need to be judged again. He came to save our lives, not to preserve them.

Tunz4jesus said...

The boy is on to something. In addition, salvation doesn't start when I get to heaven. I am in a state of salvation, a saved one, a saint, right now. I am no longer bound by things of the earth, the difficulty comes in living that way.