Posts Tagged ‘punishment’

“It is worth thinking about the way that Christ’s atonement, which we commemorate with the sacrament, can serve as a disruption of an economic way of understanding actions/works and rewards/punishments. Christ paid the price of our sins, so we don’t have to worry about the price of our sins, or the rewards for our good works. Rather, we can lose ourselves in service to others – -and, by so doing remember him always and always have his spirit to be with us…” (Quote from blog by Robert C.)


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