Published May 26, 2006
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
|Contributions||Principal Gordon (Introduction)|
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|Number of Pages||48|
"Thou art worthy, O Lord, to take the book, and to open the seals thereof; because thou wast slain, and hast redeemed to God, in thy blood" (Revelation ). Looked at in this light, the Atonement appears as the deliverance from captivity by the payment of a ransom. This view is . The Scripture doctrine of atonement examined: first, in relation to Jewish sacrifices: and then, to the sacrifice of our blessed Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ by Taylor, John, ; Hampton, Geo. (George)Pages: Full text of "The Scripture doctrine of atonement examined: first, in relation to Jewish sacrifices: and then, to the sacrifice of our blessed Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ" See other formats. The more we examine it the stronger are our impressions that no language can do justice to the subject of the Atonement of Christ. The mind of man, in this present state, cannot realize its greatness and its glory. It is the prayer of the author that the reading of this book .
The Doctrine of the Atonement Introduction Christianity is all about Christ, and the crucial fact about Christ is his passion on the cross. Scripture portrays the Saviors death as the basis of every spiritual blessing (Rom ) as the source of true Christian living (Rom ) and as . As used in the scriptures, to atone is to suffer the penalty for sins, thereby removing the effects of sin from the repentant sinner and allowing him or her to be reconciled to God. Jesus Christ was the only one capable of carrying out the Atonement for all mankind. and the scripture passages in which that doctrine is taught This outcome of Doctrinal Mastery is achieved by: a. Developing a deeper understanding of each of the following topics and the key statements of doctrine identified with each topic: • The Godhead • The plan of salvation • The Atonement of Jesus Christ • The Restoration. The doctrine of the atonement being a matter of pure revelation, all our information as to its nature must be drawn simply from the Scriptures; and the sole inquiry for us is, in what, according to the Lord and His apostles, does the historic fact of the atonement objectively consist, and what are .
The doctrine of Limited Atonement (or Particular Redemption) is probably the most controversial of the doctrines of grace and most difficult to accept by many believers. Limited Atonement states that Christ's redeeming work was intended to save the elect only, and actually secured salvation for them. The Bible says something else, but it was interpreted by rabbis throughout the course of Jewish history as neither eating nor drinking, but praying and making petitions before God for forgiveness. The irony is that fasting is being perceived as the way to “afflict our souls”, but the most common blessing one Jew will hear from another. Atonement is a doctrine that has its origins in the Old Testament. From the Fall of mankind in Genesis 3 to the end of the Old Testament discuss atonement and the various contexts in which it is related. From Genesis 3, the Lord slaughters animals and clothes Adam and Eve in skins when they realize their nakedness. The doctrine of atonement has been regarded as so purely a doctrine of revelation as to preclude the supposition, that reason could, à priori, make any affirmations about it. It has been generally regarded as lying absolutely without the pale of natural theology, in so high a sense, that, aside from revelation, no assumption could be made, nor.