Handbook on Faith, Hope, and Love: Lesson 2, question 2

bdv4's picture

2. Augustine believes that no matter how evil a person is, there is always some good in that person. How does this help us understand the notion of salvation? Can anyone be "too far gone" from God?

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Is there always some good in a person?

I hope there is because even after being a Christian for decades I fall short regularly of the perfection of "good." I depend on God overlooking my sin and faults. Perhaps I am what many would consider to be a good person and someone else slightly less good and another even less good, etc. Isn't it then a matter of degree in how much evil or less good we carry around with us.

I pray that God considers me less evil enough to keep on caring about me and continues to allow me to be covered by the blood of Jesus for salvation's sake.




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