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Five great theological themes of the gospel: An introduction (part one)

The wise old apostle is bent over the desk as he scrawls the final words of his letter in the gathering darkness. “O Timothy,” (the words are warm, but solemn) “guard the d... Read more

Five great theological themes of the gospel: The atonement (part two)

Australia’s T. C. Hammond, principal of Moore Theological College in the middle of the twentieth century, had this to say of the atonement: If the student has insufficient time for an... Read more

Five great theological themes of the gospel: Propitiation (part three)

If I had to sum up propitiation in one word, it would be “satisfaction.” In propitiation, the wrath of God is satisfied. An angry God We may underestimate the importance of propi... Read more

Five great theological themes of the gospel: Imputation (part four)

The word “impute” means to credit, attribute, or assign. In imputation, something is assigned to something else. The Christian doctrine of imputation is closely tied to the atone... Read more

Five great theological themes of the gospel: Justification (part five)

To justify is to defend as right… or just. Justification, then, has to do with the means by which we who are anything but just, are declared by God to be just. We the unjust The reason... Read more

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