Question Of The Day: Are You Saved Or Are You "Being" Saved?


Reader I found this on my timeline. Which translation is correct?

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  1. We as Christians are saved from the penalty of sin, are being saved from the power of sin, and will be saved from the presence of sin. Personally I believe the King James has the right rendering because the king James version was translated from the majority text or the Textus Receptus, of which most Bible scholars believe to be closest to the original. The other versions comes from Alexandrian through the critical text, definitely less reliable than the majority text.

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