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The doctrine of salvation (Greek σωτηρι´α), which in early modern theological treatises always includes the doctrines of atonement and Grace and sometimes extends backwards to the doctrine of sin and forwards to eschatology (heaven, purgatory, and hell).


Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500) — Biblical Studies.

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