A sinner saved by the grace of God given to those with faith in the crucified and risen Jesus Christ. Period.
I wish I understood why it was necessary for Jesus to be crucified for the sins of the world. Can you explain this to me without saying "For the wages of sin are death"--which is the answer I'm always given, although it's not a logical answer--why one man's murder by an angry mob somehow offers salvation to that mob? This has always troubled me. You're one of the smartest christians I know, so hopefully you can shed some light on the subject.
I was typing faster than I was thinking.What I intended to write after "For the wages of sin are death" was:", which is the answer that I'm always given, although it's not a logical answer. WHY IS IT THAT one man's murder by an angry mob somehow offers salvation to that mob?"Just being a stickler. I'm sure you got the point.
Post a Comment