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Study Guide: Session 4 Name:  Readings Covered:  Transforming Vision , chapter 5 Why College Matters to God , chapter 5 1. Ostrander states in  Why College Matters to God  that he learned as a child that redemption  basically meant “accepting Jesus into your heart so you can go to heaven” (87). But, he  argues, this is not a whole understanding of redemption. Based on your readings this week,  what does this common view of redemption miss? (There are many ways you could answer.  Use your brain and books and all will be well.) I think that redemption is something that extends farther that just being saved as an individual.  Redemption extends to your everyday life and how you live, which is why we live a Christian life, God dying on the cross was just the beginning of our redemption story. It was the turning point  for us and the most important aspect that has now allowed us to prepare for when Christ comes  again. 2. Walsh and Middleton address the idea of  Redemptive History  at the beginning of chapter 5.  You can find a definition for this term in the box below, but please list some examples of God breaking into human history with covenants of redemption. Two examples that we see in the Old testament are the Covenant of Noah where God promised to never destroy the earth with a flood and the Covenant of Abraham where God promised to  make Abrahams descendant’s the people of God and give them the promise land.
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