Essential Links ▼
Message Coding Help ►
Posts of the Month ►
Document Library ►
From a Jewish perspective, the concept of Salvation is for this world, not the next one, so the Christian concept of 'being saved' is absentand unneeded.
From an athiestic point of view, it is a load of superstion , based on belief in an imaginary friend.
However, I was pointing out that the CHristian insistance on 'Christ for Salvation' only matters to Christians, not to anyone else. No one else thinks belief in Christ as a god means anything at all.
This goes to show that the different 'New Testament' writers all had different forumulas for 'salvation', and used different secret decoder rings to find what they thought was god's intent.
This message has been edited by ramoss, 10-07-2004 09:04 AM
Do Nothing Button
Copyright 2001-2018 by EvC Forum, All Rights Reserved
Version 4.1Innovative software from Qwixotic © 2022