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Scripture taken from the HOLY BIBLE, NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION. Copyright © 1973, 1978, 1984 International Bible Society. Used by permission of Zondervan Bible Publishers.

Redemption is as a train that began moving when Adam and Eve sinned. Redemption is the program and process of restoring to man his five Divine endowments: to be a son of God; to be in the image of God; to be capable of union with God and with other people; to be fruitful; and to govern the works of God’s hands. Redemption begins when the individual is formless and empty and concludes when the five Divine endowments have been developed in him.

There are some aspects of redemption that are common to all humans and some that are unique to the individual.

Table of Contents

Reasons for Believing Redemption Operates Independently of Our Physical Life on the Earth
Various Roles and Assignments in the Kingdom of God
The Five Divine Endowments
To be a son of God
To be in the image of God
To be capable of union with God and with other people
To be fruitful