Category Archives: Atonement

Amazing Love. That my God should die for me.

This is my first post on John Stott’s book, The Cross of Christ. Previously I engaged in a number of posts on the incarnation and made some bold statements as to why I believe R.C Sproul was wrong about the … Continue reading

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R.C Sproul, doesn’t know his basic 101 theology.

I was recently involved in some online conversations where some people from a reformed background made statements that God cannot be hurt and doesn’t suffer pain. When it was mentioned to them that Christ fully felt the pain of the … Continue reading

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Roman 5 stands against Limited Atonement!

I rarely if ever get involved in theological wars between a  Calvinistic and Arminian debate. There was a time when I did, and I used to argue passionately for the Arminian position and indeed I still strongly hold to that … Continue reading

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So that you might know: The authority to forgive sins.

There is an interesting story in the gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke. One that tells the story where a paralytic is lowered through the roof of a house by his friends and Jesus heals him. Matthew 9:2 Some men … Continue reading

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Some radical thoughts about the Atonement….

I have thought about the Atonement for a while. There are a few theories and most of them have Biblical support. I was thinking of the parallel of Christ’s death in regards to the Jewish passover and their sacrificial cultish practices. What I questioned … Continue reading

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