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The topic of this week’s broadcast is "Redemption". We'll discuss three very different films, focusing on our theme. After much deliberation, the show's co-host (Must See Movies Critic, Larry Domkowski) has chosen the following films: The Robe (1953), Life of Brian (1979) and Breaking the Waves (1996).
As we look at the world around us all we can see is how corrupt and wicked mankind is. It seems as if any channel we turn to, there is something horrible taking place around the world. Such as the Christians being persecuted and killed for believing in Jesus, fights between the Arabs and Jews for religious beliefs and racial divisions between White men and Black men. When is all this going to stop! or is this something much deeper than a human can control without divine help? The depravity of man goes much deeper than just being bad and evil, it has to do with deliberately seeking to cause harm on others and enjoy doing it. This wickedness is not something that we learn from others, but something we are born with. It is the corruptible seed that was planted in humanity when man disobeyed God and was expelled from the Garden of Eden. It is part of our human, fallen, sinful nature which keeps us from being able to do good. That’s why the bible says that we are conceived and born a sinner.
For I was born a sinner--yes, from the moment my mother conceived me.
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Special revelation is a theological term used mainly by evangelical scientists and Christian theologians which refers to the belief that knowledge of God and of spiritual matters can be discovered through supernatural means, such as miracles or the scriptures, a disclosure of God's truth through means other than through man's reason. The distinction between Special and General revelation was first elucidated in-depth by the Catholic systematic theologian St. Thomas Aquinas in his discussion of Revelation. This distinction was only then more widely disseminated by evangelical writers who emphasized its scriptural support (e.g. Psalm 19).
Psalm 19:1-3 (KJV): The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork. Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night sheweth knowledge. There is no speech nor language, where their voice is not heard.
General revelation is the concept that if one follows the doctrine of the religion in which they were born, then they are saved.
Salvation is made possible by the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus, which in the context of salvation is referred to as the "atonement". Christian soteriology ranges from exclusive salvation to universal reconciliation concepts. While some of the differences are as widespread as Christianity itself, the overwhelming majority agrees that salvation is made possible by the work of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, dying on the cross.
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Inspirational Wednesday - Hosted by Dianne Adams - Wednesday, April 16, 2014 @ 8:30 P.M.
"God's Master Plan for Our Redemption and Salvation"
The Book of Matthew
To save us from the penalty of sin.
"Through the blood of Jesus, His Death, Burial and Resurrection"
Jesus paid the price all to Him we owe.
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