Salvation

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In theology, salvation can mean various things:

  • following the sunnah of prophet Muhammad (surah Baqarah)
  • rejecting shirk, or disbelief in the oneness of Allah (sahih Bukhari)
  • being saved from something, such as suffering or the punishment of sin - also called deliverance (see Epistle to the Romans 5:8)
  • being saved for something, such as an afterlife or participating in the Reign of God - also called redemption (Gospel of Luke 23:43)
  • being saved through a process of healing or transformation to wholeness, such as gaining secret knowledge, or becoming Christlike.(Ephesians 1:4)

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