Your essay on salvation must be between 1,200-1,500 words in length (this is 5-6 pages, double-spaced, 12 point Times New Roman font. Seminarians will write about salvation through the New Testament canon Each seminarian will explore how salvation is understood within her or his denomination/ecclesiastical affiliation. Seminarians will include examples from the Gospels, Acts, Letters, and Revelation to support their essay.
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My denomination is the African Methodist Episcopal church, the oldest African-American church in this country. It was founded back in 1816. The separate AME wasn’t formed due to any doctrinal disagreements with the rest of the Methodist church in the USA, but rather, to provide a peaceful church home to Black Christians who suffered from discrimination at that time. The AME maintains all the basic tenets of Methodism as it was first developed in Great Britain in the 18th century by John Wesley and his collaborators.
As a mainstream Protestant movement, Methodism fully embraces the belief in the Holy Scriptures as the foundation of our faith. According to my denomination, the Bible is the inspired Word of God, and it contains everything man needs in order to come to know God and be saved. The Bible includes the history of the humankind through the prism of God’s guidance, requirements and expectations. The Bible testifies to the human sinful nature and the need of salvation....