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Why is Jesus' identity and work significant for the Christian worldview?
Jesus' identity as the Son of God and his redemptive work through his life, death, and resurrection are foundational to the Christian worldview, providing meaning, purpose, salvation, and guidance for believers.
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Jesus' identity as the Son of God and his redemptive work through his life, death, and resurrection are foundational to the Christian worldview, providing meaning, purpose, salvation, and guidance for believers.
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