Salvation: Sola Gratia, Sola Fide

God’s Grace, Man’s Faith, and Imputed Righteousness

The term salvation is supremely important to all biblical theology and, especially so, for Christian theology. Salvation is analyzed in the branch of systematic theology called soteriology (the study of salvation), which deals with the redemption of human beings from the power of sin and its consequences that include separation from God and eventual death. […]

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