Complete a theological essay that will address the relationship of human sinfuln

Complete a theological essay that will address the relationship of human sinfulness to an aspect of the doctrine of salvation. Students will examine one of the biblical images of salvation (adoption, conversion, regeneration, redemption, reconciliation, justification, election, sanctification, or glorification) and define and describe the doctrine with its biblical, historical and theological contours as well as discuss how this image of salvation relates to and addresses the problem of sin. Finally, the student will apply the implications of this doctrine to the Christian life and for the student’s chosen vocation. The essay will be 750-1000 words and the formatting should be compatible with my Business Administration degree program.
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Create a discussion answering the below questions with a minimum of 200 words. H

Create a discussion answering the below questions with a minimum of 200 words.
How does a fuller view of the implications of the gospel affect how you live out your life?
How can you more effectively communicate the gospel as something that is not just about a point in time (i.e. a prayer for salvation), but also a life that is lived that reflects the gospel?

Of Catholicism: Deites Sects Beliefs Afterlife (hell, heaven, purgatory) Rites/r

Of Catholicism:
Deites
Sects
Beliefs
Afterlife (hell, heaven, purgatory)
Rites/rituals (sacraments)
Anything else important about Catholicism
Use in-text citations
Include references list (if does not count towards the 3 pages)
Can use:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catholic_Church
https://cassmiamicatholic.org/what-is-catholicism
https://study.com/academy/lesson/what-is-catholicism-definition-beliefs-history.html
https://www.christianity.com/church/denominations/what-is-catholicism.html
https://www.britannica.com/topic/Roman-Catholicism
https://www.learnreligions.com/catholicism-beliefs-and-practices-3897877#:~:text=The%20Catholic%20religion%20is%20monotheistic%2C%20meaning%20that%20Catholics,and%20watches%20over%20and%20guides%20everything%20on%20earth.
https://thereligious8aspects.weebly.com/catholicism.html#:~:text=The%20Bible%2C%20which%20is%20regarded%20as%20the%20fundamental,about%20Jesus%E2%80%99%20mission%20through%20sacred%20scripture%20and%20tradition.
https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/christian-denominations-by-the-numbers.html

Religion seems to be getting pushed further and further away from the public and

Religion seems to be getting pushed further and further away from the public and it does have an affect on the Christian’s ability to engage in culture. As Christians it is up to us to spread God’s word. However, that becomes harder to do in places where religion is not allowed. The sacred/secular divide is a big issue
today in our culture. The sacred part of the divide deals with values and religion, while the secular section deals with facts and scientific findings. The sacred/secular divide impacts my own life, mostly in my career. I am an employee of a public school and religion is not something that I can share. We are not able to share our beliefs and feelings about religion among people within the school systems. I am not sure how to eliminate the sacred/secular divide. The best ways I can think of is to continue to spread God’s word whenever and wherever possible.
***Reply to the discussion above in 200 words

The Secular world is very focused on facts right now. People in todays society a

The Secular world is very focused on facts right now. People in todays society are interested in what they can see, smell, and touch. When a Christian approaches someone who is upset about losing material possession they tend to ignore their sacred convictions from the Spirit to comfort with Scripture. This is due to the fear of “offending” the unbeliever. I get urges quite often to mention Jesus when my friends are struggling, but I am afraid that doing so may cause me to stumble, which is selfish on my part. This is because I have gotten upset myself when my efforts to comfort with the Word of God get shut down. I tend to take offense to that, which is definitely not the “sacred” reaction. The church needs to come together and end the divide. Every single thing we do should be Christ-centered. If our every thought and action is focused on the mission there is no room for a divide. We have to learn to put our feeling aside and love God. If we love God more than ourselves then bridging the gap should become second nature. This action of love is developed by practice and with the help of the Spirit.
***Reply to the above discussion in 200 words.