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If flour seems to be accepted as sin offering/atonement, then why is blood needed?

This chapter of Leviticus deals with unintentional sins. The different sacrifices are for different purposes and it is not valid to lump them all together. In the earlier verses of Leviticus 5 (vv2-6)...
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Did Jesus die only for the Church in the Governmental theory of atonement?

I'm just a crippled old farm boy, who loves the truth, and believes the original manuscripts were God-breathed and profitable for reproof and correction....(2Tim 3:16), and therefore must be without ...
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Did Jesus die only for the Church in the Governmental theory of atonement?

This Governmental Theory of the Atonement seems to have been started by one Hugo Grotius (1583-1645). He had been trained in law. Theologically, he was Arminian. There was a sharp divide between ...
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