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Tag Archives: Atonement
This is the last of four posts on whether Jesus died for our sins. There are three main theories. One is that he won a victory over the devil, along with paying a ransom. Another is that he offered himself … Continue reading
This is the third in a series of four on ‘Did Jesus die for our sins?’ The first is here and the second is here . This one is about the idea that Jesus died as a substitute for the … Continue reading
This is the second in a series of four posts on the question ‘Did Jesus die for our sins?’ The first, introductory one, is here . The Christian tradition has produced three main theories about this, and this post looks … Continue reading