Monthly Archives: February 2015

Back to Basics Pt. 5: Your Mission, Should You Choose to Accept it…

Sunday, February 8th, 2015. “Back to Basics, Pt. 5: Your Mission, Should You Choose to Accept it…” (2 Corinthians 5:17-21)   Sources: C.K. Barrett. The Second Epistle to the Corinthians (2nd Edition) (BNTC). London: Adam & Charles Black, 1976. Linda L. Belleville. 2 … Continue reading

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Why I Am Not a Fan of Penal Substitution

Atonement theories are a hot topic for debate. In some circles a particular view of the atonement is a shiboleth for orthodoxy. In a few extreme cases, a particular view of atonement has become conflated with the Gospel itself (to understand the … Continue reading

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Sunday, February 1st, 2015. “Back to Basics, Pt. 4: Saved”   Sources: Greg Boyd. “The Christus Victor View of the Atonement” ReKnew (blog). Jan. 8, 2008. — “The Penal Substitution Atonement” Bruxy Cavey. “We Believe, Episode 5: Soteriology 1” Sermon, The Meeting House, … Continue reading

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