Principles of Salvation undertaken according to Bible

  • Agustinus Faot Evangelical Theological Seminary of Indonesia - Surabaya
  • Jonathan Octavianus Evangelical Theological Seminary of Indonesia – Surabaya
  • Connie Laurina Evangelical Theological Seminary of Indonesia – Surabaya
Keywords: salvation, Bible comprehensively, theology, dogmatics, churches

Abstract

Various polemics about the concept of salvation confuse God's people. The polemic intended is the difference in understanding of what salvation that can be or cannot be achieved. The problems are not only issues in the world of theology but are also developing in churches in Indonesia. So the concept of salvation developed no longer lies in the Bible but lies in the dogmatics of each church. It must be realized that the Christian faith stands on the basis of the Bible, so the Bible must answer every doctrinal problem. Therefore in this article will provide answers to the polemics of the concept of salvation according to the Bible. This research uses exegesis methodology. The main purpose of this writing is to convince God's people to understand the Bible comprehensively and to understand every concept of Salvation subjectively. 

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Published
2021-10-28
How to Cite
Faot, A., Octavianus, J. and Laurina, C. (2021) “Principles of Salvation undertaken according to Bible”, Theological Journal Kerugma, 4(2), pp. 20-36. doi: 10.33856/kerugma.v4i2.222.