Category Archives: Atonement for sin

3 key videos that together refute Rabbi Tovia Singer (and Muslims who use his arguments)

In the first Video, Dr. Brown demonstrates Jesus is the Messiah who fulfilled Daniel 9:24-27, Isaiah 52:13-15 to 53:1-12, and many other passages. It was very interesting about 2 Chronicles 7 and the temple as the place of sacrifice, and … Continue reading

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Why the Virgin Birth of Christ Matters – Part 2

In Part 1, I reblogged an article which quoted from Dr. John Frame. (The article is by Andreas Köstenberger and Alexander Stewart, who began with a quote from Dr. John Frame). See the quote below. I would add to those … Continue reading

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Response to Sam Shamoun on “reconciliation” in Colossians 1:20

Recently Sam Shamoun and Matt Slick had a debate on Limited Atonement. Otherwise known as Particular Redemption or Definite Atonement, in the Reformed / Calvinistic system. You can watch the entire debate if you want on You Tube. (Just google … Continue reading

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Musings on Steve Chalke’s statement that the Atonement of Christ was “cosmic child abuse”

From comments at a Muslim blog: https://bloggingtheology.net/2016/06/05/cosmic-child-abuse/#comment-16592 It was always unjust for the heretic Steve Chalke to describe the atonement as “cosmic child abuse” and saying that is contradicts “God is love”, and that it makes a mockery of the … Continue reading

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Moses wrote about Jesus the Messiah

This article claims that John 5:46 is wrong and that Jesus did not say it and that Moses did not write about the coming Messiah Jesus. Yet Jesus Himself said that Moses DID write and predict Him. John 5:46 If … Continue reading

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Revelation 5:9 – Daily Dose of Greek

Revelation 5.9 from Daily Dose of Greek on Vimeo.

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“It is not the intensity of faith that saves, rather it is object of faith that saves.”

https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/the-ground-of-all-human-assurance-before-god/

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The book of Leviticus and Isaiah 53

    See how Isaiah 53 is a continuation/ development of the teaching and theology of substitutionary atonement for sin and how a Rabbi admitted that the Day of Atonement is parallel with Jesus of Nazareth, the Messiah.  I would … Continue reading

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Debate: Is the cross necessary for salvation? (Adnan Rashid vs. James White) (and interaction with a Roman Catholic Response)

This was an excellent debate on the subject of the necessity of the work of redemption/ the atonement that Jesus Christ accomplished on the cross. Except Adnan spent a lot of time shifting the discussion from the cross/ sacrifice of … Continue reading

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Muslims who ignore the context of a Bible book

Recently, Dr. White debated Zakir Hussein on the Crucifixion of Christ. See the video here at an earlier blog post. In the com boxes over at Paul Williams’ site, “Blogging Theology”, along with Zakir Hussein’s argument in his debate with … Continue reading

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