The mystery of God's salvific
love in Jesus is dramatized when He was lifted up on the cross and given by the Father so that whoever believes in Him will not be condemned (John 3:14-21).
By healing the Syrophoenician woman's daughter, Jesus declares that while He is sent to the lost sheep of the house of Israel (cf Mt 15:24), the horizon of His salvific
work is everyone, whether Jew or Gentile.
The Joy of Religious Pluralism is, in large part, a response to the congregation's assertion that Being Religious Interreligiously "is in open contrast with almost all the teachings of Dominus Iesus," the 2000 Vatican declaration on the "unicity and salvific
universality of Jesus Christ and the church.
Further, Varkey insists that, as a consequence of this theology of continuity, Jesus' death on the cross represents just one of the many ways in which the Gospel presents God's salvific
Rensi's philosophical thought and works (Interiora rerum, 1924), Comparini maintains, may be original milieu through which the need for a salvific
interlocutor (the dialogic 'tu' or visiting angel) would have been conceived as a necessity pre-existing Montale's poetic texts.
To begin exploring market theology is to marvel how comprehensive it is: there are sacraments to convey salvific
power to the lost, a liturgical year, a calendar of entrepreneurial saints, and even what theologians call oeschatologyo (a teaching about the oend of historyo).
The Republicanization of Space, the Republic as a Salvific
Responding to Kirwen's speech on the salvific
agency of the paschal mystery and the innate human desire for salvation, he stated:
Many years ago, we thought of writing and directing a full-length musical in Filipino about the Blessed Virgin Mary and her life, within the context of her son, Jesus' salvific
mission for mankind.
The resource explains that the theme arises from the sense that ecumenical cooperation and interdenominational relationships in Latvia are "based on proclaiming the mighty acts of the Lord," and that in times of change, the church must offer a unified message based on the salvific
work of God in the universal history of Christian body.
Baptism is salvific
in that repentance and water baptism are necessary for salvation.
As for the more explicitly theological contributions of the book, these are most apparent with the chapters included in parts two ("Diversity and Mercy"), three ("Supersessionism and Mercy"), and four ("Reconceptualizing Pluralism"), where the salvific
validity of other religious traditions is engaged and debated.