Salvation (Christianity)

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Allegory of Salvation by Antonius Heusler (ca. 1555), National Museum in Warsaw, Poland.

Salvation in Christianity is found through the Crucifixion of Jesus. This is why Good Friday, the day the church remembers His death, is known as good. Christians believe that atonement with God was gained by Jesus for all sinners as He led a perfect life.

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