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Corrective Answer - Salvation

Section 7: Salvation

Belief;

We believe that salvation is a gift of God’s grace through faith in the finished work of Jesus Christ on the cross (Ephesians 2:8-9).

Fantasy Correction;

The concept of "Salvation" contradicts the prior statement that humanity cannot remedy it's fallen state.  But Christians sell an exemption for them and anyone else who believes in their fantasy; believe a fictional story as if it were real.  It is stated that his finished work is being killed on a cross.  First of all, the Romans never crucified anyone on a cross.  They used a STAUROS.  This is a very good example of how Christians will just follow blindly.  This finished work of being killed by some evil forces makes Jesus a martyr and hence the story gets so much sympathy.  Such an innocent and pure person was wronged to the ultimate of death.  There is no greater way to garner sympathy.  This crucifix method of finishing has produced many many idols and the symbol that people use -- the cross.  This is a graven image in violation of the first commandment of the ten commandments.  Other commandments are also violated by the telling of the story as if it were real.  Mythra was crucified on a cross, so the Christians are really identifying with the Mythra religion.

Belief;

Christ’s death fully accomplished justification through faith and redemption from sin.

Fantasy Correction;

Justified Redemption??? You escepe responsibility and it is right because you are blindly believing (faith) and not questioning the story or the teller of the story.  Because you believe in the death of this character (Christ) in the story  then you become not responsible for any of your wrong doings, or sin as they label it.  This psychological technique will free your mind from any guilt because you believe in the "Jesus God in the flesh" lie.  But now you become an idol worshiper violating several of the Ten Commandments. 

Belief;

Christ died in our place (Romans 5:8-9) and bore our sins in His own body (1 Peter 2:24).

Fantasy Correction;

Wasn't that nice of him.  Wait, He did not die in our place.  We still have to die!  It is a con so we will think that we don't have to pass into the unknown through DEATH.  Another psychological trick to draw in people who don't want to think.  Oh and he also took every ones wrong doing with him in his own body (sins).  This body evidently went to heaven.  So because of this everyone is free from any punishments because of all the bad things they did.

Belief;

We believe salvation is received by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone.

Fantasy Correction;

Being "Salvational" from badness through grace is an illusion of easiness and beautiful flowing motions simply by blindly believing alone (no questions please), and in the God0Man story that has been circulating for over 4,000 years (Krishna and Mithra, and others).

Belief;

Good works and obedience are results of salvation, not requirements for salvation.

Fantasy Correction;

Good works are not a requirement.  This is the Paul position of the get rich quick and live the easy life.  James and the direct followers of Jesus in the fictitious story said just the opposite.  The New Testament takes both views and hence is a contradiction of God's "word" they he supposedly wrote.  But this unsupported and wrong statement by a Christian leader is good enough for the gullible dummy to follow.

Belief;

Due to the greatness, sufficiency, and perfection of Christ’s sacrifice, all those who have truly received Christ as Savior are eternally secure in salvation, kept by God’s power, secured and sealed in Christ forever (John 6:37-4010:27-30Romans 8:138-39Ephesians 1:13-141 Peter 1:5;Jude 24).

Fantasy Correction;

The greatness, it has to be so exaggerated big so people will feel small and insignificant compared to what is being described.   Sufficiency is a word that all wants and needs will be met.  Nothing but a subliminal to make the gullible feel good so they don't have to think.  Perfection, what a pretty word that means superb work; every ones desire concerning their labor and their material possessions.  Sacrifice of Christ is said as if he were a temple sacrifice or he had to allow himself to be killed and this was perfection.  Doesn't sound like perfection to me.  If you truly receive Christ as the saving person by throwing out logic and reason and being totally gullible, you will become super secure and so privileged …. and for eternity!!!  And with a "seal" like they put on a document that is kept by God.  Notice how they always say the word "God" to make people scared.  They state "in Christ" so often so you will feel you have become this excellent person (this fictitious character).  The quotes are from their nonsensical writing that are clearly written by several writers that contradict each other. 

Belief;

Just as salvation cannot be earned by good works, neither does it need good works to be maintained or sustained. Good works and changed lives are the inevitable results of salvation (James 2).

Fantasy Correction;

Here the Christians appeal to the lazy easy do no work people by saying you don't have to do any work or earn it by any effort.  Just by you believing the fictitious story, you can just sit back and and your belief will make you good works and prosperity.  All good things will come forth from just simply being a gullible believer.  You will instantly become a good person by just believing in the created religion.