Or do you believe "once saved, always saved"?
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Answer by Kelly502 at 8:17 AM on Apr. 5, 2011
The idea of salvation is curious to me. If there were a god, I'd think that what would be more important to him or her would be that a person tries to be compassionate and considerate than harboring a belief in and worshipping him/her. It's a strange concept to me that a god would be more interested in that sort of egocentric focus than the actions of his/her creations. The idea that a person can "sin" but still enter the "gates of Heaven" as long as he accepts Jesus as his Savior, but another person who can do her best to treat others with kindness, treat the earth with gentleness, and in general be a good and hard-working person, would be denied this "eternal salvation" simply because she doesn't believe that there is a god. It's an idea that never settled with me when I was a Christian.
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