Kitchen Table Theology

050 Salvation

March 21, 2021 Pastor Jeff Cranston Season 2 Episode 50
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050 Salvation
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050 Salvation
Mar 21, 2021 Season 2 Episode 50
Pastor Jeff Cranston

Salvation has a great deal to do with our past, our present, and our future.

In this 50th episode, Pastor Jeff Cranston and Jen Denton will be continuing the study of ‘The Doctrine of Atonement'.  We will be specifically looking at the topic of salvation in this episode. Through this podcast, we try to make theology understandable and also applicable to our daily life. 

[00:01 - 10:45] Opening Segment

  • Jen and Pastor Jeff talks about the highlights of our 50th episode and the 1st anniversary of our podcast.
  • Jen shares her salvation story.
  • Pastor Jeff shares his salvation story.

[10:46 - 15:10] Salvation

  • Pastor Jeff talks about the definition of salvation
    • Act of God whereby He delivers a person from hell because of the substitutionary sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross
    • He erases our sin records and declares us righteous.
  • Pastor Jeff talks about some other words to describes salvation 
    • Latin; saved, heath and help.
    • Hebrew; breath, ease, safety
    • Greek; recovery, redemption, remedy, and rescue 
  • The idea of salvation is preservation from danger and keeping us from horrible things; it all implied at some level of safety, health, and spiritual prosperity.

[15:11 - 21:50] Three Tenses of The Salvation

  • Salvation has a great deal to do with our past and our present, and our future.
  • Pastor Jeff talks about the elements of salvation based on the bible.
    • Past; We have been saved from the guilt and penalty of sin.
    • Present; We are being saved from the habits and dominion of sin.
    • Future; We will be saved at the return of Christ from all the bodily infirmities that are the reason for sin and curse.
  • Salvation is an instantaneous event and a progressive experience in the life of a believer.
  • Salvation is an active verb.
    • The most common biblical expression identifies a change that has been brought about in a persons’ life.

[21:51 - 25:57] Closing Segment

  • Jen talks about the episode’s show notes to help you dive deeper into the doctrine and theology within the Christian faith.
  • Jen talks about the topic of the next episode.
  • Thank you for listening, and please share this podcast with your friends and family.
  • Final words from Pastor Jeff and Jen.


Tweetable Quotes:

“Salvation is both, a present and a future matter for us, the realization of all that God has in store will not be ours until the end of human history. If indeed; there will not be open infinite possibilities of eternal growth.” Burton Easton.

“The idea of salvation is preservation from danger and keeping us from horrible things, it all implied at some level of safety, health, and spiritual prosperity.” - Pastor Jeff Cranston.

“Salvation is an instantaneous event and a progressive experience in the life of a believer..” - Pastor Jeff Cranston.


Bible Verses and Other Sources Mentioned:

  • Roman 6:14

 

 

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Remember, the real power of theology is not only knowing it but applying it. Thanks for listening!

Show Notes

Salvation has a great deal to do with our past, our present, and our future.

In this 50th episode, Pastor Jeff Cranston and Jen Denton will be continuing the study of ‘The Doctrine of Atonement'.  We will be specifically looking at the topic of salvation in this episode. Through this podcast, we try to make theology understandable and also applicable to our daily life. 

[00:01 - 10:45] Opening Segment

  • Jen and Pastor Jeff talks about the highlights of our 50th episode and the 1st anniversary of our podcast.
  • Jen shares her salvation story.
  • Pastor Jeff shares his salvation story.

[10:46 - 15:10] Salvation

  • Pastor Jeff talks about the definition of salvation
    • Act of God whereby He delivers a person from hell because of the substitutionary sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross
    • He erases our sin records and declares us righteous.
  • Pastor Jeff talks about some other words to describes salvation 
    • Latin; saved, heath and help.
    • Hebrew; breath, ease, safety
    • Greek; recovery, redemption, remedy, and rescue 
  • The idea of salvation is preservation from danger and keeping us from horrible things; it all implied at some level of safety, health, and spiritual prosperity.

[15:11 - 21:50] Three Tenses of The Salvation

  • Salvation has a great deal to do with our past and our present, and our future.
  • Pastor Jeff talks about the elements of salvation based on the bible.
    • Past; We have been saved from the guilt and penalty of sin.
    • Present; We are being saved from the habits and dominion of sin.
    • Future; We will be saved at the return of Christ from all the bodily infirmities that are the reason for sin and curse.
  • Salvation is an instantaneous event and a progressive experience in the life of a believer.
  • Salvation is an active verb.
    • The most common biblical expression identifies a change that has been brought about in a persons’ life.

[21:51 - 25:57] Closing Segment

  • Jen talks about the episode’s show notes to help you dive deeper into the doctrine and theology within the Christian faith.
  • Jen talks about the topic of the next episode.
  • Thank you for listening, and please share this podcast with your friends and family.
  • Final words from Pastor Jeff and Jen.


Tweetable Quotes:

“Salvation is both, a present and a future matter for us, the realization of all that God has in store will not be ours until the end of human history. If indeed; there will not be open infinite possibilities of eternal growth.” Burton Easton.

“The idea of salvation is preservation from danger and keeping us from horrible things, it all implied at some level of safety, health, and spiritual prosperity.” - Pastor Jeff Cranston.

“Salvation is an instantaneous event and a progressive experience in the life of a believer..” - Pastor Jeff Cranston.


Bible Verses and Other Sources Mentioned:

  • Roman 6:14

 

 

Join the Conversation

We love your feedback! If you enjoyed this episode, leave us a review. If you have any questions or comments on today’s episode, email me at [email protected]

Visit my website jeffcranston.com and subscribe to my newsletter. Join me on Sunday mornings at LowCountry Community Church. j

Check-in with us on Facebook or Instagram @pastorjeffcranston.

Remember, the real power of theology is not only knowing it but applying it. Thanks for listening!