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“The True Gospel”

“The true gospel is an announcement that Jesus Christ lived, and died and rose again to make a perfect, once for all, atonement for sin and thereby purchase full justification and a right standing before God for everyone who trusts … Continue reading

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What the Resurrection Means for Your Life Today

Today is the day Christians mark as Resurrection Sunday, in the belief that Jesus was raised from the dead after his crucifixion, death and burial. We affirm, as the Scriptures tells us, that God raised Jesus from the dead as … Continue reading

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Music Monday: My Hope Is Built on Nothing Less

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What Must Be Denied to Reject Substitutionary Atonement

There has been some online chatter recently on the subject of whether Jesus Christ’s death on the cross was necessary and criticizing the doctrine of substitutionary atonement (that by dying on the cross Jesus took the punishment we deserved and … Continue reading

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Jay Bakker Redefines Atonement and Much More

Jay Bakker, son of Jim and Tammy Faye, and the pastor of Revolution Church in New York City released a new book last week. The Christian Post interviewed Bakker about the book and that interview should sadden believers everywhere. CP … Continue reading

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