Polat, Kemal
March 2006
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2006, Vol. 10 Issue 27, p183
Academic Journal
Raison d'etre of religions is to ensure salvation of humankind. For this reason, all divine religions deal with the issue of salvation, and provide recipes of salvation for their followers. However, while salvation offers of religions are internally consistent, they differ with respect to other religions. This study examines the role of Jesus in salvation, i.e., salvation through Jesus, according to the Christian salvation doctrine.


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