The atonement of Jesus Christ and its relationship to the gospel by Roy Watkins Doxey

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Published by Brigham Young University Press .

Written in English

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  • Atonement,
  • Mormon doctrine

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Number of Pages84
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Open LibraryOL11530391M
ISBN 100842500782
ISBN 109780842500784
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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).

Through the Savior’s gift of mercy and redeeming grace, we will all receive the gift of immortality and live forever in glorified, resurrected bodies. Since each of the four New Testament Gospels contains an account of the suffering and death of Jesus Christ, it is perplexing that they receive so little attention in discussions of the Atonement: thinkers both ancient and modern are more likely to turn to Leviticus, Isaiah, or Paul’s letters than they are to the actual accounts of Jesus’s death.

The Atonement of Jesus Christ: Once and for all Although the Old Testament sacrifices come to mind, for me, the doctrine of the atonement is inextricably linked with images of the crucifixion, the blood of Christ being shed, and the cry from the cross, "Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani?" — which means, "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?".

The Atonement There is power in the gospel of Jesus Christ, and the center of that power is the atonement wrought by the Savior of the World. “Understanding the Atonement of Christ and its relationship to our eternal existence is the greatest knowledge we can have in support of our quest to return to God, our Eternal Father.”.

The Lord “was pleased to crush him” (), and Jesus Christ as the Servant of the Lord suffered the wrath of God sinners deserved.

Romans –26 is a central text on penal substitution. In the preceding section of the letter we see that all without exception are. The Apostles’ Doctrine of the Atonement by George Smeaton (original:Banner of Truth reprint: ).

This book offers an exposition of every NT passage outside of the Gospels that mentions the cross. His intent was an exegetical, biblical approach rather than a. There are two aspects of Christ’s obedience: his active and passive obedience. Active and passive are the classic terms, but the terms preceptive and penal obedience are clearer terms.

Preceptive obedience means that Christ fully met all the righteous demands of the Law of God. COMING TO JESUS/BUILDING ON THE ATONEMENT/HOW WILL I KNOW.

OSWALD CHAMBERS. the-lord-is-my-shepherd Octo Share This Video LinkedIn; Details. JESUS LOVES YOU REPENT Of SINS. from an understanding of the historical reality of the fall, the atonement of Christ, and a final judgment for each person.

THE GOSPEL IN THE BOOK OF MORMON Jacob, one of the first Nephite prophets, used the phrases "doctrine of Christ" and "gospel of Christ" interchangeably. Sherem, one who denied anyone could know that Christ would.

For Nephi, the “gospel of Jesus Christ” (also called the “doctrine of Christ”) consists of the “knowledge of Jesus Christ” and is the plan and power whereby all mankind may come unto God and receive the blessing of eternal life. 18 In Nephi’s writings, doctrine and gospel are singular, collective nouns, connoting a unified, integrated, and comprehensive perspective that is focused on achieving a.

The Atonement also provides the way for us to be forgiven of our sins and live forever with God. But a person who has reached the age of accountability and received the law can receive these blessings only if he has faith in Jesus Christ, repents of his sins, receives the ordinances of salvation, and obeys the commandments of God.

Jesus Offering of Himself. This Day of Atonement was a Burnt Offering and was considered the most important of the Jewish High Days because of the significance of assigning the guilt on the scape goat and placing hands on the goats head and then sending him off into the Wilderness, thus sending away the sins of the people.

This book has truly helped point me back to the truth. The true gospel of Jesus Christ and being able to discern what the progressive movement has been doing, which is anti Christ.

They are teaching another gospel that directs people away from THE truth and Alisa Childers does Reviews: The crushing mentioned here is reminiscent of the crushing experienced by the Suffering Servant in Isaiaha passage that has atonement as its central theme.

Jesus Christ is both the. Sacrifice, Cult, and Atonement in Early Judaism and Christianity: Constituents and Critique - Ebook written by Henrietta L.

Wiley, Christian A. Eberhart. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Sacrifice, Cult, and Atonement in Early Judaism and Christianity: Constituents and.

The Mosaic of Atonement offers a fresh and integrated approach to historic models of atonement. While modern treatments of the doctrine have tended toward either a defensive hierarchy, in which one model is singled out as most important, or a disconnected plurality, in which multiple images are affirmed but with no order of arrangement, this book argues for a reintegration of four famous Reviews:   Linked with its ancient honor-shame cultural roots, the gospel, paradoxically, is ever new—offering fresh wisdom to Christian leaders and optimism to the church for our quest to expand Christ.

B.H. Roberts: The atonement of Jesus Christ "is the very heart of the Gospel" Almost one hundred years ago LDS historian and theologian Brigham H.

Roberts wrote that the atonement is the very heart of the Gospel from whose pulsations the streams of both spiritual and eternal physical life proceed. The Book of Mormon reaffirms the biblical truth that Christ was the first person to be resurrected, but gives more information.5 It states that the “first resurrection” began with Christ, and consisted of the righteous people who lived between the time of Adam and Christ, as well as children and people who never heard the gospel (see Mosiah.

The Know. Readers unfamiliar with the Book of Mormon are sometimes surprised to find how much, from the beginning to the end, the book is about Jesus Christ.1 It is an ancient record whose stated purpose is to convince all people “that Jesus is the Christ, the Eternal God, manifesting himself unto all nations” ().Moreover, its prophetic writings were commissioned by Jesus Christ Himself to.

Some Sadducees (who say that there is no resurrection) *came to Jesus, and began questioning Him, saying, “Teacher, Moses wrote for us that if a man’s brother dies and leaves behind a wife and leaves no child, his brother should marry the wife and raise up children to his brother.

There were seven brothers; and the first took a wife, and died leaving no children. read more. Jesus’ Atonement for Sin in the Old Testament present and future.

All who were saved in Old Testament times under the law were saved by faith in Christ. All in this gospel age of time who have been saved and are saved today, are saved by faith in Christ. Bear in mind that Jesus Christ is the focal point of the history of the world and.

THE PURPOSE OF THE ATONEMENT. The atonement was destined to affect the relation of God to the sinner, the state and condition of Christ as the Mediatorial author of salvation, and the state and condition of the sinner. ITS EFFECT WITH REFERENCE TO GOD.

"For it is expedient that an atonement should be made; for according to the great plan of the Eternal God there must be an atonement made, or else all mankind must unavoidably perish; yea, all are hardened; yea, all are fallen and are lost, and must perish except it be through the atonement which it is expedient should be made.

The Atonement of Jesus Christ is the supreme act of goodness and grace that only a god could perform. Through it, all of the terms and conditions of the Father’s eternal plan of salvation became operative. Through it are brought to pass the immortality and eternal life of man.

With its emphasis on the sin and idolatry of God’s people and its concluding reference to the continuation of the Davidic line (2 Kings –30), the story of 1–2 Kings shows the need for Jesus Christ, the promised Davidic ruler who would usher in God’s.

Second, if Christ’s death on the cross is the incarnation’s true meaning, then there is no gospel without the cross. Christmas (or the birth of Jesus) by itself is no gospel. The life of Christ alone is also no gospel. Even the resurrection, important as it is in the whole scheme of things, is no gospel.

The Gospel of Jesus Christ as Taught by the Nephite Prophets Noel B. Reynolds Brigham Young University - Provo in the new testament the formulaic relationship the book ofmor- historical reality of the fall the atonement of christ and a final judgment for each person.

the atonement:the significance and necessity of jesus' death by the rev. albert barnes, 5. essay on the scripture doctrine of atonement: showing its nature, its necessity, and its extent. by caleb burge, 6.

christ, the only sacrifice: or the atonement in its relations to god and man by the rev. nathan s.s. beman, d.d., 7. two. its distinctive presentation of Jesus, and the significant differences between it and the Synoptic Gospels.

One of the three themes that C.H. Dodd finds lacking in the Gospel of John is that of atonement. He writes: In the Fourth Gospel the death of Christ is first and foremost that by. Christ's Atonement is stronger than storms on the sea—and it’s Jesus’s gift to you and to me.

This reverent, rhyming picture book teaches that the Atonement can help us overcome any challenge we face, whether we’ve made a bad choice or feel lonely or scared. The Atonement of Jesus Christ was indispensable because of the separating transgression, or fall, of Adam, which brought death into the world when Adam and Eve partook of the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil (Gen.

Hymns that emphasize the infinite worth of Christ’s death: Jesus Thy Blood and Righteousness (Count Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf, translated by John Wesley, ; alt) 4.

Jesus, be endless praise to Thee, Whose boundless mercy hath for me— For me a full atonement made, And everlasting ransom paid. O let the dead now hear Thy voice. Ultimately, the main question is, why was the atonement of Jesus Christ necessary. However, anything related to sin or death is not really the point of this question, neither is the difference in our understanding of the Godhead.

My inquiry for the non-LDS is more of, why was it necessary for God to use the atonement of Christ to save us. See Robert J. Matthews, “What the Book of Mormon Tells Us about Jesus Christ,” in The Book of Mormon: The Keystone Scripture, ed. Paul R. Cheesman (Provo, Utah: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, ), 21–43, and “The Atonement of Jesus Christ: 2 Nephi 9,” in The Book of Mormon: Second Nephi, The Doctrinal Structure.

Torrance, Thomas F. "The Biblical Witness to Jesus Christ: The Coming of the Spirit and the Creation of Apostolic Testimony and Gospel." In Atonement: The Person and Work of Christ, Edited by Robert T. Walker. Mosiah 4 in the Book of Mormon details King Benjamin’s teachings about the atonement of the Lord Jesus Christ.

He offers some insights into how the atonement of Jesus Christ impacts not just our eternal lives, but our behavior in this mortal life.

If we completely understand it, the atonement will make us behave differently. Thomas Andrew Bennett, in his book The Labor of God, contends the biggest problem with atonement theories is that they resolve a problem.

Marie K. Hafen has said, “The gospel of Jesus Christ was not given us to prevent our pain. The gospel was given us to heal our pain” (“Eve Heard All These Things,” 27). Jesus covers us when we feel defenseless and abandoned. Christ referred to Himself as our “advocate” (D&C ): one who believes in us and stands up to defend us.

Throughout the history of Christianity, many theories and sub-theories on the doctrine of the atonement have manifested to explain the why of Jesus' death. These atonement theories, sometimes called models or perspectives, often overlap and can be at times confusing to differentiate.

The inseparable relationship of the incarnation of Christ and the atonement can be seen at the communion table. In our church we observe the Lord’s ordinance of communion weekly. Here, we are reminded that our salvation has been obtained through the shed blood of Christ on the cross of Calvary.The Jesus Gospel.

[Liam Goligher] Jesus Christ. Atonement -- Biblical teaching. More like this: Similar Items Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Liam Goligher. Find more information about: ISBN: The word Gospel is understood by most Christian faiths as the “good news” concerning Jesus.

This definition, taken from the Greek word, is technically correct. However, the Book of Mormon teaches that the word Gospel encompasses much more. In 3 Nephi 27 Christ defines the gospel using a six-part definition: (1) Christ’s coming to mortality, (2) the Atonement, (3) repentance, (4) baptism.

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