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This booklet explores and defends the importance of the doctrine of atonement from five points, including: - Why atonement is the core doctrine of Christian salvation (why) - The term of atonement (what) - Various theories of atonement (how) - The scope of atonement (for whom) - How to apply the theology of atonement to Christian ministry (what then) The author has assembled centuries of Christian wisdom and presents the essence of many books in a solid manner.
Discussion Questions: After reading this booklet, you can think about the following questions: - Please explain the relationship between atonement and justification from the third chapter of Genesis, and the central position of atonement in salvation. - How did John the Baptist point out the reality typified by Old Testament sacrifices? What is the meaning of good news? - What words in the Bible express the concept of atonement? What are the examples in the Old Testament that are sufficient to illustrate the meaning of these words? - In what three ways can we see that we are slaves to sin? Please give an example of how you are a slave. - Regarding the theory of atonement in place of punishment, what criticisms have modern scholars made? What scriptures can we quote to refute? Which three propositions in the Bible support the substitution theory of punishment? - According to Paul's teaching, in what two ways does the secularization of the church manifest? What three principles did Paul adhere to in his method of ministry? - Who can be the messenger of Christ, and what is the mark of a true servant of God?