Is it found in ancient scripts or is it locked inside the vault of our hearts?
What is the cost of salvation? If there is a cost, does it come at the expense of our freedom, or is freedom gained through salvation?
To have need of salvation means that someone needs to be saved from something. So what then, do we need to be saved from? A habit, a disease, death – ourselves?
Further, when does the moment of salvation occur? Is it a ritualistic phrase uttered at a moment of decision or is salvation a gradual process that evolves throughout an entire lifetime?
These are some of the questions I ponder in my new book, tentatively titled, The Third Chamber. It’s still being written, but I like where it’s headed and I think it will push the boundaries of what traditional Christianity defines as being “saved.”
My new book will still invoke the speculative elements of the paranormal and supernatural, but this time around it will center on two souls destined to be together, yet separated by an un-crossable chasm.
Is love defined by salvation or is salvation the result of love?
I’ll save more details for another time!