Atonement Archives - Seedbed

There are many different ways to approach and explain just what happened on the cross. Even as different theologies of atonement abound, there is also the argument of whether atonement theology is even necessary in our modern world. Taylor Brown offers insight on this discussion.

There is only a subtle difference in the definition of the words imparted and imputed, but the difference is a game changer for the Christian. Read more from Patricia Taylor as she describes how the work of Christ enables deep and real transformation in the life and identity of the Christian believer.

What should Christians believe about heaven, hell, and purgatory? Jerry Walls' recent work on the last things is a fascinating exploration into some of the deepest realms of Christian thought. Check out the review by Drew McIntyre today on the blog.

Jesus did not die for us, nor was his death an expression of love for us. It is infinitely better than that. In fact, it is as good as Christmas. Find out more in today's post by Jeremy Spainhour.

The Old Testament describes three major feasts that became part of the Jewish annual calendar, each having its own unique theological significance for the community. In this article, Jeremiah Garrett summarizes their history and locates them in the Bible's story.
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http://youtu.be/F2UvD6RY9SA What is atonement? Dr. John Oswalt, Professor of Old Testament, provides insight from Scripture. View our growing playlist of Seven Minute Seminary here.

This post is a chapter from Dr. Timothy Tennent's book, 30 Questions: A Short Catechism on the Christian Faith available for purchase from...

In evangelical parlance, Atonement is an Anglo-Saxon word referring to how Christ accomplishes the righting of relationship between humans and God.  In spite of...

Everyone needs to be set free. The idea that we come into the world with a will entirely at liberty to choose one path...

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