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  1. Entombed might be an appropriate word, but 1 Corinthians 15:4 in the NIV ESV and KJV all say buried.
  2. I might be having trouble believing in my heart what I need to believe in order to be saved due to being unable to effectively understand everything I need to understand (I guess maybe first in my head and then after that believe it with my heart). If people wanted to sum it up for me or explain it it might be helpful.
  3. Is it correct to look at salvation this way? That we've accrued a debt through our sins which must be paid with our death and eventual place in the lake of fire and that Jesus has completely paid our debt with His death and shed blood on the cross and that He was buried and rose again on the third day and that through faith in Him and what He's done (His death and shed blood on the cross, His burial, and His resurrection on the third day) we are saved?
  4. I'm dealing with my salvation and I guess I might be trying to make sure I'm looking at things right.
  5. Would it be accurate for me to say that Jesus took the punishment for my sins with His death on the cross? Would believing He did that, and that He was buried, and that He rose again on the third day, and that He was the Son of God be enough to be saved? Is there anything else I should be bearing in mind?
  6. When you write Son of God do you mean Son of God the Father? If so, was Jesus always the Son of God the Father?
  7. "I'm saved because Jesus paid my sin-debt with His death on the cross."
  8. Would it be correct to say that Jesus was punished for our sins?
  9. I have another question about wording. Would it be correct to say that Jesus was punished for our sins?
  10. So within the Godhead there is the Father, the Son (Jesus), and the Holy Spirit. Was Jesus always the Son of God, or did He become the Son of God when He was conceived by the Holy Spirit in Mary? And when the term Son of God is used is it meaning Jesus is the Son of God the Father? Also, when someone affirms that Jesus is the Son of God are they saying that Jesus is the Son of God the Father? Edit: Just to make clear I'm aware that the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are God and all three are eternal as one God, none being created.
  11. I guess I wanted to make sure my wording was accurate.
  12. No, I guess I just have a thick skull, if that's the right way to put it. I actually emailed gotquestions.org this question and was told yes, but was still having trouble with it. I revisited my original email to them and they said yes, so I guess this thread is unnecessary now.
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