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Chapter 7: Sacraments and Salvation
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Salvation is by grace through faith, not by works (Ephesians 2:8,9). Aren't sacraments of works, not of faith?
Don't good works show that a person is already saved? If sacraments are required for salvation, then how do you explain the good works of Christians who have never received the sacraments?
Aren't we saved the moment we believe and confess Christ (Romans 10:9-10; Ephesians 1:13)? Sacraments are only symbolic of the salvation we have already received. They do not have any saving effect.
Service, Suffering, and Salvation
What God demands most is our willingness to serve and suffer for Him; everything else is minor.
The Necessity of Baptism for Salvation
In championing salvation by faith alone, many Christians today view baptism to be merely symbolic. Is baptism simply a symbol of our faith, an act of obedience subsequent to salvation, or does it carry spiritual effects requisite for salvation? Find out f
Where does salvation come from?
How does salvation benefit me?
What are the two dimensions of salvation?
Did God prepare for humankind's salvation?
My Path to Salvation
"When I was growing up, I never thought that I would come to believe in Jesus." Read how a Buddhist finds the true God and experiences Him in her daily life and prayer.
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