Anatomy, Soteriology, religion
There are different perceptions that we hold concerning religion, but the proves of education and the desire to get knowledge on religious issues enlighten us. The information I held concerning soteriology, which is salvation has been changed on learning this topic in anatomy of sacred. As a Muslim, I knew that salvation is about following Mohammed and trying to follow the Quran laws, but I have been more informed on different salvation as it pertains to other religions in the world. Salvation is a practice in most of the religions in the world although they all have different meaning and interpretation. Anatomy of sacred chapter 13 has expounded on this area enabling me to change some views, improve on others and even obliterate some.
The introduction of soteriology has raised an understanding on salvation. The study has enabled me to know the origin and meaning of the word soteriology. The word originates from two Greek words soter' that means savior or deliverer and logos' that mean matters or issues. Soteriology is a combination of the two Greek words brought together to mean saving people from issues. Different religions perceive salvation different having different faith about salvation. As a Muslim, I did not think that the other religions have views concerning salvation, but the study of soteriology has given me an understanding of Buddhist salvation and Christian salvation.
[...] Conclusion Understanding the topic on soteriology has helped me in obliterating some issue that I held too much. Before the study, I thought that we have the obligation to carry out some tasks so that we can be qualified to receive salvation. On going through this topic, it has become clear that salvation is not attained through our hard word that tries to gain merit from God, but it is through grace. I have understood salvation us enjoyed by those elected by God, not through works. [...]
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[...] There are issues that I have completely changed in the view of religion. I have improved on the previous knowledge on Islamic salvation, and also I have obliterated from works that I used to think can gain me salvation. The reflection on sacred YourLastName 6 anatomy has helped in understanding salvation as interpreted in different religions giving room for every person to express his or her understanding of salvation. YourLastName 7 Bibliography Criswell, W. A., & Patterson, P. (1985). Soteriology. Grand Rapids, Mich: Zondervan Pub. House. Hook, H. P. (1971). [...]
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