"For Christians, the Biblical approach to salvation begins in the Scriptures of the New Testament. Many of these texts are found in the Epistle to the Romans, largely because that Epistle contains the most comprehensive theological statement by Saint Paul of Tarsus. Because of this, some Protestant Christian denominations have called these texts the Romans road.

Some key passages in the New Testament concerning salvation include:

And then James balances faith with works:

The fighting I witness over this is a damned shame! The problem with the traditional views of salvation is that it leaves out the importance of human participation. We participate and we receive the help of God. That is the Holy Spirit. Without integration of faith and works we will remain lost in confusion and misunderstanding. We will be ignoring the Holy Spirit. Let people work with God for their one and only salvation!


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