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short defence of the doctrine of atonement for sin, by the death of Christ

William Hey

short defence of the doctrine of atonement for sin, by the death of Christ

With remarks upon some late publications on that subject.

by William Hey

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Published by Guthrie in Edinburgh .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination81 p.
Number of Pages81
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Open LibraryOL19403091M

This conclusion the Bible plainly denies. Schuyler English, R. Then shall he kill the goat of the sin offering that is for the people, and bring his blood within the veil, and do with that blood as he did with the blood of the bullock, and sprinkle it upon the mercy seat: And he shall make atonement for the holy place, because of the uncleanness of the children of Israel, and because of their transgressions in all their sins: and so shall he do for the tabernacle of the congregation, that remaineth among them in the midst of their uncleanness Lev. He can and has decided before all worlds that the innocent Christ should vicariously endure and be smitten by the forfeiture which is the penalty which He declared by the Law in order to make atonement on behalf of the guilty.

The curse comes from the fact that he is hung on tree, and has more the form of a consequence under the terms of the law than a penalty. Numbers The Nazirite whose vow before the Lord is broken because he came into contact with a dead body had to bring two offerings to the priest. If he obeyed the law during a certain limited period, his probation was to be over; he would be given eternal life without any further possibility of loss. You wrote: His death was not a penalty because He was not sinful.

Scripture unequivocally describes the atonement as that which secures salvation by paying at that moment for the sins of the elect. There the use of the word is very much more specific. But this was a threat to the "Powers That Be. In other words, we must get rid of merely quantitative notions in thinking of the sufferings of Christ. I call it "John 3: 16b.


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Though their endings are different, the endings are accommodations to their anatomy in the sentence. First, In our experience of forgiveness, and its moral necessities, we find that there must be penitence or confession on the part of the person who has done wrong.

The Gospel of John repeats this powerful truth in a verse that everybody who watches sports knows by heart: John 3: 16 "For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life. Well, then, that being so, it becomes important to ask what this sin is which has affected all mankind.

How has He done so? Before we present that doctrine, we ought to observe that the term by which it is ordinarily designated is not altogether free from objection.

Confronting Atonement Theology

We shall try to deal with those matters in some subsequent talk. The Bible leaves us in no doubt as to the answer to these questions.

Propitiation for Sin: The Doctrine of Atonement in the Book of Numbers

He bore our sins as a sacrifice of atonement. And what? For "Many" "The Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to short defence of the doctrine of atonement for sin His life a ransom for many" Matt Torrey, Charles Ryrie and all the members of the Independent Fundamental Churches of America who have short defence of the doctrine of atonement for sin unlimited atonement part and parcel of their doctrinal statement.

The message of Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday do not stand in opposition to this, but in complete and total consistency with all that has come before. Therefore if He had suffered to all eternity as we should have suffered, that would not have been to pay the just penalty of the sin, but it would have been an unjust exaction of vastly more.

Sin called for death. As a matter of fact this term is rather common in the Old Testament though it occurs only that once in the New Testamentbut that fact would not be necessary to commend it if it were satisfactory in other ways.

Why do we have any stories about his healing work? I call it "John 3: 16b. Secondly, Human forgiveness involves a painful knowledge of the wrong which has been inflicted. Again, the mention of atonement, the Greek word exilaskesthai, refers to making propitiation, making atonement, reconciliation, and so on.

In the Gospel of Luke, Jesus himself answered the question in his first public appearance at his hometown. Obviously they were not the same. Let me tell you, it would sure would make it a lot easier for us preachers to not have to fool with all that stuff!!!

Arguing from the lesser to the greater, if Christ will not even pray for them, he will certainly not die for them.JESUS CHRIST: WHAT DID HE DO? The Doctrine of Atonement By: Daniel L. Akin, President toward sin. Through Christ’s death God has a rationale to forgive the sins of those who repent and accept Christ’s sin.

In this sense, the atonement is necessary for man to be made right with his Creator. The Atonement of the Death of Christ In Faith, Revelation, and History H.

The Doctrine of the Atonement in the Bible

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