Salvation

What Was Really “Finished”?

Share178ShareTweet3EmailPin181 SharesHow biblically accurate is the common interpretation of Christ’s statement, “It is finished!”? Some Christians frequently quote Christ’s words on the cross, “It is finished,” when referring to the salvation process. To reinforce this interpretation, they also support it with the statement, “It is done.” In using these two short sentences (“It is finished” and “It …

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Why Is God Seemingly Losing the Battle in Saving Humanity?

Share611Share1TweetEmailPin612 SharesAny thinking person can clearly observe that there are very much more non-Christians than Christians in our world today. Where is God in all these? Is there really such a good, loving, wise, and powerful God which Christians claim to believe in? If so, why is He not doing anything to correct this bad and unfavorable …

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Did the Thief on the Cross Go to Paradise on That Very Day?

Share150Share1Tweet3EmailPin3157 SharesFor most Christians, the thief on the cross represents people on this earth — people who are saved by merely believing in God. We can read the story of this thief in Luke 23:39-43 where Christ was drawing near to His death. One of the criminals who was crucified with Him showed a sign …

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Does the “Sinner’s Prayer” Really Work?

Share106Share1Tweet2EmailPin109 SharesThe “Sinner’s Prayer” is a popular term used in Protestant and Evangelical Christian circles. It refers to any form of prayer that conveys repentance and the desire to start or form a relationship with God the Father and Jesus Christ. For most preachers and Christians, they see the Sinner’s Prayer as the defining moment of one’s salvation. …

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Is “Universal Salvation” a Biblically Correct Teaching?

Share951Share1Tweet2EmailPin954 SharesIs everybody going to be saved? Another great controversy raging in today’s world of Christianity is the teaching on “Universal Salvation,” “Universal Reconciliation,” or “Universalism” for short. This is the belief that because of Christ’s love, all people will be saved in the end. Hell is just a metaphor for humans. Others believe that hell is …

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