God's and man's histories are both included
in salvation history. It is how God has
regarded and cherished individuals from the
dawn of time. It's how people have
transitioned from having excessive wealth
that was given to them by God to having
nothing at all and back again. It's how the
Savior-King, Jesus Christ, gave his life in
order to release mankind from slavery. The
tale of how we are rescued or redeemed in
Christ is the exact definition of salvation
The creation, the fall, and Adam and Eve
mark the beginning of redemption history.
Christ is the main focus. The foundation for
all redemptive history is laid by Christ and
the Cross, which makes them the interpretive
key. You arrive at him after taking each
previous step. He had an impact on
everything that came after. God intended for
us to have this kind of relationship with Him.
Because of this, everything that God "wrote"
in history serves to draw people to him. Why
is it critical to learn about the history of
salvation after taking all of this into account?
The past and present are both parts of
The narrative of salvation is constantly
evolving. God's plan includes us and is
significantly impacted by us. Knowing God's
plan for salvation is more than just interesting
knowledge. Understanding God's deeds
throughout history and interactions with
people helps us see who he really is. On the
other hand, understanding who God is
clarifies what he has accomplished
throughout the course of redemption history.
As a result, salvation history serves as the
cornerstone of the Church's entire
supernatural function and goal. It has a direct
impact on how we live and serve within the
Last but not least, salvation history is
significant because it clarifies how God has
operated in the world throughout time. It also
enlightens us about our identity as God's
people. Finally, it demonstrates the depth of
God's love for us and desire to deliver us from
1. What is original sin?
- Original sin is the Christian doctrine that
holds that humans, through the fact of birth,
inherit a tainted nature in need of
regeneration and a proclivity to sinful
2. How sin break our relationship with God?
-Sin drives a wedge between us and God and
will remain there until we come in humility,
confess that we are a sinner, and accept what
Jesus Christ did for us on the cross.
3. Who is the fulfilment of the great love of
-God sent Jesus into humanity to recue
mankind from the power of darkness and
bring us into fellowship with Him. In the
same way, as believers, we ought to love one
4. How do I preserve my being an image of
-Image bearers must also rely upon God's
grace and forgiveness through Jesus Christ
during times when we go astray. We should
also respond to God in worship. Praise him
for the grandeur and goodness of his creation
that reflects his handiwork.