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The Atonement By John Murray
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. Attacks on the Biblical doctrine of the atonement have taken many different forms. At times the errors have been cleverly robed with Biblical phraseology... More > and have deceived the unsuspecting. The Biblical terms sacrifice, propitiation, reconciliation, and redemption have often been given a meaning that finds no parallel in Scripture. The motivation for this, as some claim, is to protect the love of God. Since it is God Himself who has revealed the way by which He may be propitiated and reconciled, we must allow the Scriptures to define its own terms. In a warm, devotional manner and with a lucid style, Professor Murray brings to light the Biblical significance of the terms used to express the atonement. He clearly reveals that the terms of Scripture do not deny the love of God but bring it out in bold relief.< Less
The Atoning Sacrifice of Christ By Arthur W. Pink, Arthur W. Pink
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library! Arthur W. Pink (1886-1952) deals with the question of the biblical doctrine of the atonement. What did Christ's substitutionary death on the cross actually... More > accomplish? Who did Christ die for?< Less
Free Grace Broadcaster: Atonement #227 By Arthur W. Pink et al.
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. Articles in this edition of the FGB include: The Most Remarkable Event, by Arthur W. Pink (1886-1952). The Eternal Council of God, by John Gill... More > (1697-1771). The Intent of Christ’s Death, by John Owen (1616-1683). Our Need for Atonement, by J. C. Ryle (1816-1900). The Nature of Christ’s Death, by William S. Plumer (1802-1880): this exposition describes the nature and intent of Christ's death by defining and discussing the biblical terms ransom, substitution, propitiation, surety, and reconciliation. Christ’s Priestly Action, by Hugh Martin (1822-1885): was Christ's death merely a passive acceptance of God's wrath or was it a powerful priestly action of sacrifice? This insightful investigation powerfully answers that question. Christ’s Propitiation, by John Murray (1898-1975): a concise and clear study that helps us understand the difference between propitiation and expiation.< Less
A Defense of Particular Redemption By William Rushton
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No work stands so tall in the defense of the redemptive work of Christ that we find in the scriptures as this one. Rushton, using nothing but the Word of God, earnestly contends for the faith once... More > delivered to the saints. Christ said, "I lay down my life for the sheep." Paul says, He "purchased the church with His own blood." But long before that God spoke through the prophet Isaiah and said, "For the transgression of my people was he stricken." The redemption that is in Christ Jesus is particular and successful. Christ saves all His people from their sins!< Less
A Defense of Particular Redemption By William Rushton
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No work stands so tall in the defense of the redemptive work of Christ that we find in the scriptures as this one. Rushton, using nothing but the Word of God, earnestly contends for the faith once... More > delivered to the saints. Christ said, "I lay down my life for the sheep." Paul says, He "purchased the church with His own blood." But long before that God spoke through the prophet Isaiah and said, "For the transgression of my people was he stricken." The redemption that is in Christ Jesus is particular and successful. Christ saves all His people from their sins!< Less
On the Five Points of Calvinism By Daniel Whitby
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This volume is an unedited reprint of a 1817 edition of: A Discourse Concerning I. The True Import of the Words Election and Reprobation, and the Things Signified By Them In The Holy Scripture. II.... More > The Extent of Christ's Redemption. III. The Grace of God; Where It Is Enquired, Whether It Be Vouchsafed Sufficiently To Those Who Improve It Not, And Irresistably To Those Who Do Improve It; And Whether Men Be Wholly Passive In The Work Of Their Regeneration. IV. The Liberty Of The Will In A State of Trial And Probation. V. The Perseverance or Defectibility of the Saints, With Some Reflections On The State Of Heathens, The Providence And Prescience of God. And Lastly, An Answer to Three Objections Against The Doctrines Asserted. To Which Is Added, A Postscript, In Answer to Some of Doctor Edwards's Remarks. Fourth Edition, Corrected. originally published in 1710 (first edition). and 1735 (second edition).< Less
On the Five Points of Calvinism By Daniel Whitby
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This volume is an unedited reprint of a 1817 edition of: A Discourse Concerning I. The True Import of the Words Election and Reprobation, and the Things Signified By Them In The Holy Scripture. II.... More > The Extent of Christ's Redemption. III. The Grace of God; Where It Is Enquired, Whether It Be Vouchsafed Sufficiently To Those Who Improve It Not, And Irresistably To Those Who Do Improve It; And Whether Men Be Wholly Passive In The Work Of Their Regeneration. IV. The Liberty Of The Will In A State of Trial And Probation. V. The Perseverance or Defectibility of the Saints, With Some Reflections On The State Of Heathens, The Providence And Prescience of God. And Lastly, An Answer to Three Objections Against The Doctrines Asserted. To Which Is Added, A Postscript, In Answer to Some of Doctor Edwards's Remarks. Fourth Edition, Corrected. originally published in 1710 (first edition). and 1735 (second edition).< Less
Biblical Catholic Salvation: “Faith Working Through Love” By Dave Armstrong
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Catholic apologist and author Dave Armstrong leads the reader on a fascinating theological journey through many different aspects related to salvation and justification theology (soteriology).... More > Special emphasis is devoted to demonstrating that Catholics do not believe in "works-salvation". It may surprise some to learn that Catholics, like Protestants, embrace Grace Alone and reject Pelagianism and also semi-Pelagianism. The overwhelming theme is the biblical evidence for Catholic soteriological positions. To that end, there are 379 biblical passages fully written out (RSV), for the convenience of the reader. The final 115 pages (out of 187): chapters 10 through 16, are devoted specifically to a critique of Calvinism (or self-described "Reformed" theology) and its beliefs with regard to the five points of what is known as "TULIP" (total depravity, unconditional election, limited atonement, irresistible grace, and perseverance of the saints).< Less
Biblical Catholic Salvation: ""Faith Working Through Love" By Dave Armstrong
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Catholic apologist and author Dave Armstrong leads the reader on a fascinating theological journey through many different aspects related to salvation and justification theology (soteriology).... More > Special emphasis is devoted to demonstrating that Catholics do not believe in "works-salvation". It may surprise some to learn that Catholics, like Protestants, embrace Grace Alone and reject Pelagianism and also semi-Pelagianism. The overwhelming theme is the biblical evidence for Catholic soteriological positions. To that end, there are 379 biblical passages fully written out (RSV), for the convenience of the reader. The final 115 pages (out of 187): chapters 10 through 16, are devoted specifically to a critique of Calvinism (or self-described "Reformed" theology) and its beliefs with regard to the five points of what is known as "TULIP" (total depravity, unconditional election, limited atonement, irresistible grace, and perseverance of the saints).< Less
Biblical Catholic Salvation: “Faith Working Through Love” By Dave Armstrong
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Catholic apologist and author Dave Armstrong leads the reader on a fascinating theological journey through many different aspects related to salvation and justification theology (soteriology).... More > Special emphasis is devoted to demonstrating that Catholics do not believe in "works-salvation". It may surprise some to learn that Catholics, like Protestants, embrace Grace Alone and reject Pelagianism and also semi-Pelagianism. The overwhelming theme is the biblical evidence for Catholic soteriological positions. To that end, there are 379 biblical passages fully written out (RSV), for the convenience of the reader. The final 115 pages (out of 187): chapters 10 through 16, are devoted specifically to a critique of Calvinism (or self-described "Reformed" theology) and its beliefs with regard to the five points of what is known as "TULIP" (total depravity, unconditional election, limited atonement, irresistible grace, and perseverance of the saints).< Less