Of course this is top level and generalising to the point of falsehood. However, sometimes juxtaposing positions like that can help differentiate.
|I’m a dreadful sinner reliant for every breath on Jesus’ grace.
|I am an eternal soul created with intention for a purpose.
|everything good I do is merely an act of gratefulness.
|I take part in the rectification (repair) of the creation!
|This world is beyond repair and doomed to destruction.
|The world is in a process of getting perfected, and I have a part to play. HaShem does not need me, but wants me to partake in the process.
|This world is due to be destroyed, the eternal world will be in a completely spiritual realm.
|The next world(s) will still have a spiritual and a physical component.
|All I achieve is purely based on unwarranted grace.
|There is proportional judgment and reward for behavior. Spiritual discipline and dedication do pay off.
|Failing will righteously result in an eternity in hellish conscious torment, or maybe, best case, the annihilation of my soul.
|Failing my mission will result in temporary (up to 12 months) of shame and then restitution, and potentially reincarnation for another attempt.
|All I am able to achieve I receive from above. down here is the vale of tears.
|My actions here on earth have an impact in the spiritual world, and my spirituality also directly affects the physical world.
|The physical and the spiritual are at odds and fighting against each other, with the physical already doomed and only there to be overcome.
|The spiritual is the original. Everything physical exists as a manifestation of a spiritual reality. All our activity can raise the sparks of spirituality “hidden” in the physical.
|“religion”: a human attempt to re-align with a higher being of their own divination / spiritual insight, bottom-up
|top-down direct divine revelation plus human stewardship
|► despair and a strong sense of weakness and futility
|► empowerment and a strong sense of my own significance in the grand scheme of things