Salvation: Faith's Destruction Essay | Student Essay

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Salvation: Faith's Destruction

Summary: Examines the Langston Hughes essay, Salvation. Describes the concept of spiritual salvation. Explores the conflict between Hughes and the members of the church, with the end result his faith being destroyed. Considers the theme of faith and its fragility.
A time comes in everybody's life where they need to be "saved." When this happens a spiritual bond is formed with in that individual. In Langston Hughes' essay, "Salvation," that bond is broken because Langston wasn't saved. It is because Langston turned to Jesus, and in his eyes Jesus wasn't there. This creating a conflict within himself and the members of the church, with the end result being Langston's faith being destroyed.

The people at the church believed in Jesus because that was how they were raised, and that is how it was. This is why Langston Hughes wanted to see Jesus because he wanted to have a better understanding of his faith and be saved. Being told to worship and honor Jesus blindly, raised many questions in his mind and before his relationship could grow with Jesus he needed them answered. So he figured that if...

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