Salvation in religion refers to the saving of the soul from sins and its aftermaths. Biblical Salvation rarely refers to Salvation from hell. Absolution from hindrances in life is the common meaning given to Salvation in the Old Testament. The Israeli people were subjected to a number of natural calamities, epidemics, captivity, etc. As in the Old Testament, Salvation is seen iterated as temporal deliverance. Coming to the New Testament, its meaning develops as saving mankind from death or the second death. This development happens progressively from the Old to the New Testament. A new concept that comes in the New Testament is that of judgment day. Thus, the Bible is actually a progressive revelation and one can find various developments with regard to concepts like Salvation from the Old Testament to the New Testament. The aim of all religions is Salvation, and in Christianity, the Bible is the guide for believers to Salvation. Bible pundit Taylor points out that God through the Bible is: