Salvation in Christianity.

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      In Christianity, the concept of salvation refers to the act of God saving humanity from the consequences and dangers of sin. As the central pillar of the Christian faith, salvation is considered possible on both a grand scale and personal level. For example, Christians believe that God’s son, Jesus Christ, was sent to Earth in human form and later died to save humanity from original sin. Personal salvation involves seeking God’s forgiveness for sinning, or breaking his divine law. Without God’s forgiveness, Christians believe a person will experience a form of spiritual death in which one’s soul is separated from God for eternity.