salvific

ADJECTIVE
  1. pertaining to the power of salvation or redemption
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How To Use salvific In A Sentence

  • We do need to show that we can talk without contradiction of God's universal salvific will and the scandalous particularity of the incarnate and risen Lord.
  • Suffering is not some great salvific act in and of itself.
  • I don't know about you guys, but I'm still having trouble with the word "salvific" It just sounds like some kind of unguent to me … Knowledge is Power
  • In summary, a well grounded skepticism is needed when scientists cum advocates seek immense governmental funding for their highly leveraged and purportedly salvific visions. The Volokh Conspiracy » Would the Public Support “Cap and Refund”?
  • Nor need feminists and womanists worry unduly in this case about the tendency of atonement models to foster one-sided and narrow prescriptions for human action by elevating certain features of the cross to salvific status.
  • To serve these dimensions of Christ's single salvific agency is to fragment the saving action which emanates from that agency.
  • Example 2: An excerpt (and note the salvific sense conveyed in the titles alone) from A Vision of the Grail, pub. 1992, in a chapter titled The Code of Codes, by molecular biologist (and Nobelist, no less) Walter Gilbert: The Volokh Conspiracy » Would the Public Support “Cap and Refund”?
  • With time the Church began to understand itself as the extension of Jesus Christ, as the place where the salvific mediation of Christ is accomplished.
  • Kasper argues that the salvific nature of the Old Covenant follows from the fact that God's grace is available to all!
  • It is not the act itself that is salvific; the disposition alone is what saves.
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