Can true salvation is found only in death?
I saw a French film called "Au Revoir Les Enfants (Goodbye Children)." In the film, the main character is something that costs the lives of others. This act was done was a simple mistake. The film was inspired by director, Louis Malle, who grew up in World War II France. He felt so guilty for what happened to his friend when he saw the film at its first premiere at the festival, he exclaimed. The door has since died. Memorable for these errors and / or equity, peace and redemption can be achieved only in death? Also, here is the trailer if anyone is interested: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXDLcrRb0X4
It depends on how you see these errors .. Atonement does not necessarily death itself. Other means can be taken for this "redemption". One life to pay for another is not always true.