Tag: atonement

The Literal Transfer of Sin & Righteousness

The Literal Transfer of Sin & Righteousness “Holding the mystery of the Faith in a pure conscience” I Timothy 3:9, “One Lord, one Faith, one Baptism” Ephesians 4:5 It is a favourite assertion of those who deny the doctrine of a definite, and maintain a general atonement, who tell us that Christ did not die…

A Biblical Look At Wine In Light Of The Atoning Work of Christ (Part 1)

A Biblical Look At Wine (fermented grape juice) In Light Of The Atoning Work of Christ Part One By Curt Wildy Introduction Many of God’s people stand against the consumption of “fermented wine” or “leavened wine,” even in moderation. They argue, amongst other things, that “wine is leavened “and therefore it could not be used in the Old Testament sacrifices…

Made Sin – The Ministry of Reconciliation

Made Sin The Ministry of Reconciliation Ian Potts Audio sermon Sunday – 7/04/2010 55 min | 2 Corinthians 5:21 For he hath made him [to be] sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him: 2 Corinthians 5:21 Comment: I’ve heard and read quite a few sermons on…

Christ: Our Substitute, Life, and Righteousness (part two)

Christ: Our Substitute, Life, and Righteousness Part Two Please click here to refer to Part One (for the fuller context) before starting Part Two XI. Hope deferred maketh the heart sick Consider also Proverbs 13:12 (in light of the above; this time where Hiphil is used in the participle form): “Hope deferred maketh the heart sick <02470> (8688): but…

Christ: Our Substitute and our Righteousness (part one)

Christ: Our Substitute, Life, and Righteousness Part One Lamentation 1:18 The LORD is righteous; for I have rebelled against his commandment: hear, I pray you, all people, and behold my sorrow: my virgins and my young men are gone into captivity. 19 I called for my lovers, [but] they deceived me: my priests and mine elders gave…

Word Study – Poieo (Made)

A Study on poieo in relation to how it is used in II Corinthians 5:21 Throughout the New Testament, the word poieo is used of God to describe that which is actually, literally, and truly done, made, wrought, brought forth, worked, and/or performed. This word, to the very best of my understanding, is never used…