Faith alone in Jesus Christ to be saved. Thus all people will be saved in this way.

1 Corinthians 15:22-28 All will be made alive in Christ, but each in his own turn and ultimately Christ will subdue all His enemies, eliminate death and God will be all in all.


A game I really like is called gXenoblade 3h, my favourite out of the whole Xenoblade series, followed by 1 then 2, all of which Ifve played. I first heard of Xenoblade when the Lets Player Chuggaaconroy did a series on Xenoblade 1 for the Wii. Ifve watched many of Emilefs walkthroughs when I was younger. I would rank Xenoblade 3 amongst my top favourite fictional series of all time, alongside Death Note and Code Geass. Of course, my favourite non-fictional (not fake = real) series of all time is the Bible, since Christ will save everybody through faith alone in Him.

Anyways, at the beginning of the game gXenoblade 3h the character Noah says gAionios, cruel irony that it should mean eeternityfh which is FALSE. Thatfs the wrong translation. Aionios comes from Greek and translates more accurately to gagelastingh or gpertaining to an ageh. This is the correct translation.

166. aiónios

aiónios: agelong, eternal

Original Word: ἰώ˃ǃς, ί, ǃ̓

Part of Speech: Adjective

Transliteration: aiónios

Phonetic Spelling: (ahee-o'-nee-os)

Definition: agelong

Psalm 145:17 "The Lord is righteous in all his ways and faithful in all he does.


You may be wondering why I would rebuke this when it obviously comes from a work of fiction, since itfs just a game. And I put the disclaimer above because I did enjoy playing through this game. Itfs definitely up there amongst my top favourite media franchises.

NAS Exhaustive Concordance

Word Origin

from aión



Ephesians 1:10 As a plan for the fullness of time, to unite all things in Him, things in heaven and things on earth.


But what isnft fiction is human language, Greek, actually exists in our world. So, someone might see this false use of the word and then move it into our world. Especially since it appears right at the opening cutscene, and is the name of the fictional world theyfre in. So, itfs not just a minor name of a side quest or item, itfs specifically shown in text form in the subtitles that are turned on by default and voiced out by the protagonist, the main character of the game.

Thayer's Greek Lexicon

STRONGS NT 166: ἰώ˃ǃς

ἰώ˃ǃς, , and (in 2 Thessalonians 2:16; Hebrews 9:12; Numbers 25:13; Plato, Tim., p. 38 b. (see below); Diodorus 1:1; (cf. WHs Appendix, p. 157; Winers Grammar, 69 (67); Buttmann, 26 (23))) ἰώ˃ǃς, ἰώ˃ǃ, ἰώ˃ǃ̓ (ἰώ);

The Greek words aion and aionios, and the Hebrew equivalent olam, mean gageh and refer to a specific aeon, epoch or season.

1 Corinthians 15:22 "In Christ shall all be made alive"


An NPC called gAnnihilationist Leaderh also appears in a certain someonefs Ascension Quest. Annihilationism is the false belief that those who do not believe in Jesus Christ in this life are destroyed. The truth is that nobody will be destroyed, everyone will live. Those who do not believe in Christ Jesus in this life go to Sheol, the realm of the dead, and Christ will come to them and they will be convinced to believe in Jesus with faith alone and be saved. Thus all the dead will be made alive. Sheol, Hell, which is temporary mental anguish, will be emptied out and there will be no more suffering anymore :)


A good non-fiction (meaning not fake) piece of literature that correctly explains Aionios is of course the Bible, but a useful version is the Aionian Bible. I think the word is a merge between Aionios + Christian, thus Aion + ian = Aionian. Sometimes I mix up the gah at the end with an goh lol, think itfs Aionion XD

Romans 5:18: "Therefore, as one trespass led to condemnation for all men, so one act of righteousness leads to justification and life for all men."