Jesus defeat over death and sin are in terms of final victory, that is, since death is the fruit of sin, and death no longer has a definitive hold on us, so sin was also defeated by being prevented from having its final effect, our ultimate destruction.
People still die and still sin, but this no longer will lead us to the nothingness it would should God have not saved us.
This is the first and general aspect of salvation, which is the expression of God's infinite and unconditional love. *All* are saved by this.
There is the the third aspect of salvation, the one most people talk about and the one that is the expression of God's perfect justice, where those "condemned to immortality", as St. Justin Popovic said, will be separated according to the kind of being they chose to be. We all, who have been saved from the fruit of sin, will be exposed to God's revealing grace and this light will be experienced by those who love Him as bliss and by those who hate Him as pain. We *are* saved from sin and death. But not from our own choices. Last Judgment is, as the book's title "Revelation" of these choices, nothing more, nothing less. Ultimate salvation, then starts with the immortality that is freely given to all and is complete in our surrender to the love of God.
The second stage of salvation is the one most blurred in our times. It's a partial revelation of both mercy and justice and exists right here, right now. The second stage of salvation is the Community vivified by His Spirit, thus becoming the Body of Christ. Jesus picked the *apostolic* community, to make it His *one* and *holy* earthly body after the Resurrection, since His carnal body had already been glorified and no longer belonged to this "space-time". It is a new body, the first fruit of the New Creation and must wait this New Creation to be manifest again. While He waits, He sent to the One Holy Apostolic Community His Spirit, Who proceeds from the Father, and Who completes His teachings, gives testimony of Him and explains everything, not according to ex cathedra proclamations of bishops, not according to Scripture, but according to all, for the Spirit blows wherever He wants. The Community can be educated through clergy, lay people, monks, miracles, angels, enemies of the Community, natural phenomena, anything, for Truth is manifest in everything and sustains all. Because it is the very Spirit of God who preserves the Church (the community), despite many unworthy members, the correct faith, the correct glory (orthodoxy) has been preserved in Her.
The second stage of salvation, then, is participation in this Community. Like the first stage, that is expression of mercy, it is open to all. Like the third stage, that is expression of justice, it has defined physical limits. All who are in the Church are in the energy of salvation, although some will be expelled on the Last Judgment Day and some will be called in. In our times, there are some who are in but are like spoiled children wasting the gifts of the Father. If this is their final choices, they will eventually be isolated from the gifts that they did not want. Also, some are out who love those gifts so much they convince themselves they already have it. If their love is truthful and loyal, they will eventually receive that which they longed for all their lives, even if after this life.