the relationship between sin, salvation history, and the catholic Church

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Theology essay “What is the relationship among sin, salvation history, and the church? (Be sure to explain the significance of man having been made in the image and likeness of God, the role of Divine revelation, and the importance of God’s covenants with his people.) The relationship among sin, salvation history, and the church can be answered by first referring to the Protoevangelium, or the first gospel. This is when God said, "I will make you enemies of each other; you and the woman, your offspring and her offspring. It will crush your head and you will strike its heel" (Gen 3:15). To back track before the first gospel, on must know that in the creation of man God mercifully created all people with a spiritual sense. The spiritual …show more content…

The Ten Commandments are a set of laws given to us by God to fulfill His word. A couple hundred years later on God fulfilled the “great nation/ name” promise through another righteous man named David. David became a king chosen by the prophet Samuel and by God himself. Because David came from the line of Abram this made his name great. Jumping far ahead to the end of salvation history with the birth of Jesus Christ we see that God fulfills the promise of

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