On the Implication of Salt and the Meaning of Suffering for Christians in The Bible

Qinfang LIAO


In The Bible Jesus compares Christians to the “salt of the earth”. That means Christians should have the quality of salt. Therefore the essay will, from the basic properties of the salt contained, explore what life character and demeanor Christians should have as the “salt of the earth”, to play a full role in the construction of a harmonious society in China and ultimately bring about the transformation of the society.
Keyword: Salt; Implication; Suffering; Harmony


Salt; Implication; Suffering; Harmony

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020120803.3300

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