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RUNNING HEAD: ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAYLast name, 1Name August 7, 2019ProfessorClass
RUNNING HEAD: ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAYLast name, 2Defend or reject the thesis that every human person will be saved according to Christian principlesChristianity was developed under the notion of believing in Jesus Christ and that he was the son of God, who was the holy father of all things. Throughout the Bible there is many passages that help to showcases how God wants all his people to be saved and to believe in him. When it comes to the notion of if every human person will be saved according to Christian principles this is accurate. I stand behind this thesis because in the Bible any living person who has faith and belief in the God and his word would be saved. In order for us to be saved we must understand that God is real and we must believe that Jesus Christ died on the cross for our sins, so that we could be saved. When we believe this we know that we will be saved according to Gods word and to Christian principles. There are many passages in the bible that showcases that every human person can and will be saved according to his word, therefore I defend the thesis that every human will be saved according to Christian principles. Scriptures such as; 1 Timothy displays the will of God and how he wants and will save allmen. According to the King James Bible it states “1Tim. 2:4 "Who will have all men to be saved,and come unto the knowledge of the truth” (KJV, 1Tim. 2:4); this passage helps to showcases how God states “all men” this is indicating all of humanity. In order for humanity to be saved they do however much come to the understanding and knowledge of God and the truth that he is real and he is the almighty. God desires for all sinners to be saved we see this in other bible verses such as Peter 3:9 that states in the KJV “The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance” (KJV 2 Peter 3:9). This passage also displays how God is patiently waiting and wanting more people to seek salvation. For instance we see that this
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