The Atonement

Here I am sensible an objection will arise to this effect : but we did not send the
payment of our debt to God , by the hand of Christ as our friend ; we did not
delegate him to make atonement for us ; he was graciously appointed and given
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The Atonement

A Clerical Symposium on "What is the Scripture Doctrine of the Atonement?"
Atonement. more es much on this ignored idea , but I must limit myself to what is
more essential in the present discussion . The first point I contest in the writer ' s ...

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Dialogues on Atonement

But the elect only are redeemed ; therefore the atonement was made for none
else. . Atonement and redemption are not the same thing. Atoneoment is
satisfaction for sin; redemption is deliverance from sin. The atonement was
finished when ...

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Atonement and Forgiveness

One, the fourth point, is that some theorists believe that the victim has a moral
duty to forgive, but only after the perpetrator has met certain preconditions (e.g.,
atonement or the restoration of a relationship). Finally, other theorists maintain
that ...

Author: Roy L. Brooks

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Roy L. Brooks reframes one of the most important, controversial, and misunderstood issues of our time in this far-reaching reassessment of the growing debate on black reparation. Atonement and Forgiveness shifts the focus of the issue from the backward-looking question of compensation for victims to a more forward-looking racial reconciliation. Offering a comprehensive discussion of the history of the black redress movement, this book puts forward a powerful new plan for repairing the damaged relationship between the federal government and black Americans in the aftermath of 240 years of slavery and another 100 years of government-sanctioned racial segregation. Key to Brooks's vision is the government's clear signal that it understands the magnitude of the atrocity it committed against an innocent people, that it takes full responsibility, and that it publicly requests forgiveness—in other words, that it apologizes. The government must make that apology believable, Brooks explains, by a tangible act that turns the rhetoric of apology into a meaningful, material reality, that is, by reparation. Apology and reparation together constitute atonement. Atonement, in turn, imposes a reciprocal civic obligation on black Americans to forgive, which allows black Americans to start relinquishing racial resentment and to begin trusting the government's commitment to racial equality. Brooks's bold proposal situates the argument for reparations within a larger, international framework—namely, a post-Holocaust vision of government responsibility for genocide, slavery, apartheid, and similar acts of injustice. Atonement and Forgiveness makes a passionate, convincing case that only with this spirit of heightened morality, identity, egalitarianism, and restorative justice can genuine racial reconciliation take place in America.

Sacrifice and Atonement

The word “ atonement , ” in the English version of the Old Testament , is a
translation of the Hebrew term Copher , which signifies to cover , and is rendered
in the Septuagint by ilasmos , propitiation or atonement , and exilaskomai , to
make ...

Author: Samuel W. Lynd

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The Nature of the Atonement Fourth Thousand

The pas I apprehend that the atonement is often confounded with reconciliation .
This may have arisen partly from the primary meaning of the word atonement . Its
obvious composition is at - one - ment . It has reference to parties , who , having ...

Author: James MORISON (D.D., of Glasgow.)

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Lectures on the Day of Atonement

66 occasionally even in the admirable Authorised Version . The Scriptural
phraseology for “ reconciliation ” is altogether different from atonement . " In Rom
. v . 11 , as is commonly known , it should be the reconciliation , not “ the
atonement ...

Author: William Kelly

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The nature of the Atonement

In this way atonement was made and the sins were banished away , that pardon
and reconciliation might be enjoyed . The separation between the sinner and his
God was destroyed , and the conscience so far set at rest . This is acted religion ...

Author: William Adamson

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Three sermons on the Atonement

For remember , dear brethren , the purpose of the Atonement is not as it is
sometimes put ) to enable God to remit the punishment due to sin . God needs no
enabling power to do that , -or to do anything ; seeing that He is the Almighty , the
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Atonement A sermon on Good Friday

ATONEMENT . “ Unto Him that loved us and washed us from our sins in His own
blood , ” etc. — Rev . i . 5 . Blood is that part of the animal constitution which is
primarily endowed with life , and which supplies life to every part and organ of the
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The Doctrine of the Atonement A Sermon on 1 Cor Xi 26

our offering “ of atonement ” ( as it is translated in Numbers v . 8. ó kplòs toll
inaouou " , ) which surely by the very force of the term implies the propitiating of
God towards us , the turning anger , the procuring of forgiveness at his hands , as
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Vincent Earl s atonement

V . PLANS · VI . SLIPPERY PLACES · · VII . YOUNG ROMANCE · · · · VIII . INTO
THE DEPTHS IX . A DEED OF SHAME . . X . VINCENT EARL ' S ATONEMENT . .
. . . . 108 . 125 . 144 VINCENT EARL ' S ATONEMENT . CHAPTER I . THE.

Author: William James Lacey

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The doctrine of the Atonement 6 sermons

It seems a very unsatisfactory way of closing a series of sermons upon the
Atonement to say that we really know little or nothing about this doctrine . We
cannot tell why Jesus Christ died to save us , or how His death was efficacious .

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Brief Thoughts on the Atonement

In venturing to offer some remarks on the subject of our Blessed Lord ' s
Atonement , I desire to cherish a spirit of humble reverence befitting the
contemplation of this glorious manifestation of redeeming love ; and to be
preserved in an attitude ...

Author: Robert Charleston

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