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For the first , I presume he owns the satisfaction of Christ , and I will suppose it
until he directly denies it ; therefore also he owns and grants that God would not
pardon any sin , but upon a supposition of a previous satisfaction made by Jesus
I wonder whether he thinks that those who believe the satisfaction of Christ , and
the necessity thereof , wherein God ' made him to be sin who knew no sin , that
we might be made the righteousness of God in him , ' do believe that the personal
Of the satisfaction of Christ . The last thing to be inquired into , upon occasion of
the late opposition to the great fundamental truths of the gospel , is the
satisfaction of Christ . And the doctrine hereof is such , as I conceive needs rather
to be ...
What if this should follow , that God is gracious to forgive sinners , and yet will not
, cannot , on the account of his own holiness and righteousness , actually forgive
any , without satisfaction and atonement made for sin ? the worst that can be ...
Thirdly , It is added by them , that hence it follows , " That God so loved the world ,
he gave his only Son to save it ; and yet that God stood off in high displeasure ,
and Christ gave himself as a complete satisfaction to offended justice . ' Ans . 1 .
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Despite his other achievements, Owen is best famed for his writings. These cover the range of doctrinal, ecclesiastical and practical subjects. They are characterized by profundity, thoroughness and ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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