Category Archives: atonement

An aside still concerned with grace

A blog (Bestiaria Latina, that I read posed a question: Quid leges sine moribus?, “What good are laws without moral character?” The New Testament’s answer to this is clear. 1 Timothy 1.9-10: “… the law is not meant for … Continue reading

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Blood on the Table—Part 5

What, then, are we to do with the ideas we’ve been discussing? Does “propitiation” relate only to removing God’s wrath, or only to purification of pollution? Was Dodd right, or was Morris? My point of view is that both are … Continue reading

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Blood on the Table — Part 2

Blood is such an important idea in the Bible, it will take several posts to address the implications of blood in the Lord’s Supper. In this one we will overview the Bible’s use of blood. According to one count, the … Continue reading

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