On redemption

It may look simple:

  • You do good, you’re saved, you get redemption;
  • You do not-so-good, you’re in trouble;

Simple, right?

How about this?

„Therefore, I tell you, her many sins have been forgiven—as her great love has shown. But whoever has been forgiven little loves little.”

Let’s go back to the original algorithm:

  • You do good, you are not forgiven, (here comes the tricky part) you get a bit angry, you love God less; versus:
  • You do not-so-good, you’re forgiven, (the following may not happen) you feel good, you love God;
Both algorithms have a tricky part, and it may also be that you do good and still love God, or you may do evil and still not love Him, but it’s something to think about; and the original algorithm doesn’t provide, now, the full explanation of things; who gets to have redemption? The person who only does good things? Or the one who fails to do so? It’s, at least, unclear – now.

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