Tag Archives: The Atonement

Rare Writings from William Booth on the Atonement – Founder of the Salvation Army

Writings by William Booth are not as common as I wish they were. It seems his wife Catherine was more of the prolific writer. I have often wondered which atonement view William Booth held to since I believe he was highly … Continue reading

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The Necessity of the Atonement by Rev. Daniel T. Fisk, Newduryport, Mass (1861)

THE NECESSITY OF THE ATONEMENT  BY REV. DANIEL T. FISK, NEWDURYPORT, MASS Printed in The Bibliotheca Sacra and Biblical Repository 1861 The scriptures plainly teach the necessity of the sufferings and death of Christ: “the Son of Man must suffer many things, and be rejected of the elders and of the chief priests and scribes, and … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on The Atonement of Christ | Jesse Morrell

Thoughts on the greatest truth in the universe – The Atonement of Christ: I was on My Facebook and saw that someone wrote: “Jesus paid the penalty for our sins in full.” I wrote: The penalty for our sins was … Continue reading

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The Moral Government Atonement View | Governmental Theory of Atonement | Jesse Morrell

  SEE ALSO: William Booth on the Atonement – Doctrine of the Salvation Army

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The Trial of Albert Barnes – A Defense of New England Theology

 A Defense of New England Theology by Albert Barnes is a very rare book, originally published in 1829. What is commonly referred to as “Moral Government Theology” today has its roots in what was called “New England Theology” or “New School … Continue reading

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