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The atonement of the death of Christ

H. D. McDonald

The atonement of the death of Christ

in faith, revelation, and history

by H. D. McDonald

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Published by Baker Book House in Grand Rapids, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atonement -- History of doctrines,
  • Atonement,
  • Atonement -- Biblical teaching

  • Edition Notes

    StatementH.D. McDonald.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT263 .M34 1985
    The Physical Object
    Pagination371 p. ;
    Number of Pages371
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2557535M
    ISBN 100801061946
    LC Control Number85071066
    OCLC/WorldCa13082914


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The normally erudite Dr. Craig presents an extended, error-filled presentation for penal substitution. Craig’s book, Atonement and the Death of Christ, serves to show the danger of de-contextualization that often happens in systematic theology (a more transparent title of the book would have been, “A Threefold Defense of Penal Substitution”)/5(36).

Through his death on the cross, Christ atoned for sin and so reconciled people to God. New Testament authors drew upon a range of metaphors and motifs to describe this salvific act, and down through history Christian thinkers have tried to articulate various theories to explain the atonement.

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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Atonement and the Death of Christ: An Exegetical, Historical, and Philosophical Exploration/5(37). ‘‘Atonement and the Death of Christ’’ is the more detailed treatment. The book is divided in three sections: 1) Biblical data concerning the atonement, 2) Dogmatic history of the doct ‘Atonement and the Death of The atonement of the death of Christ book An Exegetical, Historical and Philosophical Exploration’’ is the result of years of study for William Lane Craig /5.

This book explores the meaning of the word 'atonement' and how Christ's death led to the reconciliation with God. Religious epistemology is the study of how epistemic concepts relate /5(20). 'The Death of Death in the Death of Christ' is a polemical work, designed to show, among other things, that the doctrine of universal redemption is unscriptural and destructive of the gospel.

Those who see no need for doctrinal exactness and have no time for theological debates which show up divisions between Evangelicals may well regret its /5(89).

THE DEATH OF CHRIST and THE ATONEMENT AND THE MODERN MIND JAMES DENNEY, D.D. PROFESSOR OF NEW TESTAMENT LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, AND THEOLOGY UNITED FREE CHURCH COLLEGE, GLASGOW Quinta Press Weston Rhyn 3 Death & Atonement :Death & 8 12 Page 3.

The Atonement: It's Meaning and Significance gives us a clear and accurate description of the Old Testament foreshadowing and New Testament revelation of the effect of Christ Jesus' work on the cross. This book helps us to see the Old Covenant played out and revealed in Cited by:   These are in no particular order.

The Death of Death by John Owen. The PDF can be found here. Apart from the Bible, this is my favorite book of all time. John Owen, the greatest of all Puritans, had already defended Limited Atonement in his first work, A Display of is an absolutely thorough treatment of the subject that to this day The atonement of the death of Christ book not been sufficiently answered by the.

The atonement of the death of Christ by H. McDonald,Baker Book House edition, in EnglishCited by: 2. Through his death on the cross, Christ atoned for sin and so reconciled people to God.

New Testament authors drew upon a range of metaphors and motifs to describe this salvific act, and down through history Christian thinkers have tried to articulate various theories to explain the : $ Atonement and the Death of Christ: An Exegetical, Historical, and Philosophical Exploration Through his death on the cross, Christ atoned for sin and so reconciled people to God.

New Testament authors drew upon a range of metaphors and motifs to describe this salvific act, and down through history Christian thinkers have tried to articulate. Through His death and Resurrection, He overcame physical death for us all.

Jesus Christ redeems all people from the effects of the Fall. All people who have ever lived on the earth and who ever will live on the earth will be resurrected and brought back into the presence of God to be judged (see 2 Nephi –10 ; Helaman –17).

While the words atone or atonement, in any of their forms, appear only once in the King James translation of the New Testament, 27 they appear 35 times in the Book of Mormon. 28 As another testament of Jesus Christ, it sheds precious light on His Atonement, as do the Doctrine and Covenants and the Pearl of Great Price.

Latter-day revelation has. Through his death on the cross, Christ atoned for sin and so reconciled people to God.

New Testament authors drew upon a range of metaphors and motifs to describe this salvific act, and down through history Christian thinkers have tried to articulate various theories to explain the atonement. While Christ's sacrifice serves as a central tenet of the Christian faith, the mechanism of atonement 5/5.

The aim of creation is the fullest display of the glory of the grace of God. And that display is the slaughter of the best being in the universe. Atonement book recommendations.

Christus Victor: When you write “I think one reason that scholars are so confused about the “atonement” is that Christ’s death was not an “atonement” but rather a “propitiation,” you said so much.

For some reason, few preachers or teachers of the Word ever seem to take the time to explore the. The Atonement of Jesus Christ offsets these two certainties of mortal life.

But apart from death and sin, we have many other challenges as we struggle through mortality. Because of that same Atonement, our Savior can provide us the strength we need to overcome these mortal challenges.

"Atonement and the Death of Christ" WLC's latest book Discussion in ' General Theology ' started by True Counterphobia, at AM. at AM #1. Download Atonement and the Death of Christ: An Exegetical, Historical, and Philosophical Exploration book pdf free read online here in PDF.

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All files scanned and secured, so don't worry about it. Greg talks to philosopher William Lane Craig about his newest book, Atonement and the Death of Christ: An Exegetical, Historical, and Philosophical Exploration. Topics. Interview: William Lane Craig – Atonement and the Death of Christ ().

John Owen's work, The Death of Death in the Death of Christ, is the classic text defending the purposeful and actual procurement of salvation for sinners in the death of Christ.

While characteristically portrayed as a polemical work on the Calvinistic understanding of limited atonement this work is. Life and death here on planet Earth were merely means to an end—not the end for which we were sent.

The Atonement. That brings us to the Atonement. Paul said, “As in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.” 14 The Atonement of Jesus Christ became the immortal creation. The Atonement of the Death of Christ: In Faith, Revelation and History.

By H. McDonald. Grand Rapids, Baker Book House, Pp. $19 - Volume 41 Issue 4 - Donald MacleodAuthor: Donald Macleod. Atonement, Made Once The Effect Of Christ's Death Satisfaction Power Of Holy Spirit, Shown In Atonement, Reconciliation To God By Sin, God's Remedy For Evildoers Atonement, in NT Substitution The Fact Of Christ's Death.

Substitutionary atonement, also called vicarious atonement, is the idea that Jesus died "for us," as propagated by the classic and objective paradigms of atonement in Christianity, which regard Jesus as dying as a substitute for others, 'instead of' them. Substitutionary atonement has been explicated in the "classic paradigm" of the Early Church Fathers, namely the ransom theory, as well as.

What do I think of William Lane Craig’s book published by Baylor University Press. Let’s plunge into the Deeper Waters and find out. William Lane Craig is often said to be the #1 apologist alive today. I consider him a friend personally, and yet I honestly haven’t read many of his books at this point.

Continue reading Book Plunge: Atonement and the Death of Christ. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes indexes. Description: pages ; 24 cm: Contents: The atonement in the faith of the church. The Atonement ransoms men from the Fall and saves them from death and hell, 2 Ne.

– It must needs be an infinite atonement, 2 Ne. Be reconciled unto God through the atonement of Christ, Jacob His blood atones for the sins of those who have ignorantly sinned, Mosiah – To reject Christ is to perish in your sin. Please let us not soften this with an appeasing dance.

Let us be clear. Those teachers in the church who deny that the death of Christ was a supernatural act of atonement are simply not Christians. They are enemies of Christ who trample Jesus underfoot and crucify Him afresh. The forums in the Christian Congregations category are now open only to Christian members.

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Following the intra-systematic categories of the Bible, he explains why a holy God demands justice (e.g., “for the wages of sin is death”) and how God is both just and justifier in the death of Christ. By contrast, another recent book on the atonement has garnered no little praise.

The Atonement of Christ is the sacrificial work of Jesus for sinners. In his death on the cross, Christ atoned for the sins of men such that God is satisfied and reconciliation is accomplished for all who will be redeemed. The obedience and death of Christ on behalf of sinners is the ground of redemption.

– The Atonement of Christ deciding the Judicial Process to whom the World shall belong, SECT. XXXVII. – Christ, by means of His Atonement, overcoming the World, SECT. XXXVIII. – The Atonement of Christ denuding Satan of his Dominion in the World, SECT.

XXXIX. – Christ’s Vicarious Death taking the Sting out of Death, and Author: George Smeaton. The real argument taking place in The Nature of the Atonement is whether Christ’s death should be understood as penal and substitutionary, and on that question there are not really four views.

There are only two: yes it should, or no it should not. In other words, this book presents us with Tom Schreiner against everyone else. THE GOOD. The Atonement of Christ is the sacrificial work of Jesus for sinners. In his death on the cross, Christ atoned for the sins of men such that God is satisfied and reconciliation is accomplished for all who will be redeemed.

The obedience and death of Christ on behalf of sinners is the ground of redemption. As stated above, Jesus' death satisfied and reconciled sinners to God. Yet, in order to. For the full meaning of the Cross only appears when the atonement is defined in terms of these four truths.

Christ died to save a certain company of helpless sinners upon whom God had set His free saving love. Christ’s death ensured the calling and keeping—the present.

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Christus Victor. Christus Victor (Christ the Victor) is a view of the atonement taken from the title of Gustaf Aulén's groundbreaking book, first published inwhere he drew attention back to the early church's Ransom theory. In Christus Victor, the atonement is viewed as divine conflict and victory over the hostile powers that hold humanity in subjection.

And if his death was of the character alleged, the redeeming power lay in itself and not in the resurrection that followed; whereas Paul declares to the Corinthians that, notwithstanding the death of Christ, "if Christ be not raised, your faith is vain: ye are yet in your sins" (1 Cor.

The substitutionary theme is still quite alive in evangelical hymnody and theology. But when evangelical social activism emerged in the s, there also was an embrace of a particular horizontal perspective, the Christus Victor portrayal of the atonement as made popular by John Howard Yoder in his influential—among activist evangelicals—book The Politics of Jesus.

Atonement at a Crossroads. Despite a great deal of agreement between them, Boyd’s major bone of contention with Craig’s book is the idea that God needs to be appeased in order to forgive. Foreward by Bob Barney: I realize that Jews follow a different Day of Atonement, but as I addressed at Passover time, God's Calendar is not the Jewish Calendar of today.

I won't bother to get into that subject now, but for Christians, understanding God's Holy Days are very important to understand just who Christ is and why the so-called Old Testament is vital to understand the real Jesus and.