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Thoughts on Salvation 

by Karla Hein

As I’ve been sharing my faith lately, I’ve noticed my conversations have been focused on the profound peace of an all-knowing, powerful God and the assuring hope of my future with Christ. That’s attractive truth in a culture where insecurity about one’s identity and fear of disaster weighs heavy.  However, I’ve started to wonder if marketing Christianity as attractive to unbelievers can result in tickling ears rather than delivering truth (2 Tim. 4:1-5).  Have I made the by-products of salvation the primary focus because it’s easier to explain than the theology of repentance and faith in Christ?   Continue reading Thoughts on Salvation