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How is the crucifixion just?

The question is addressed and fully answered by Paul the apostle in Romans Chapter Three : 21 But now the righteousness of God without the law is manifested, being witnessed by the law and the ...
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How is the crucifixion just?

In one sense the beauty of grace is that it is not just at all and necessarily so. However, to answer any doubt conerning the justice itself: It wold not be just at all if Christ did not willing ...
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How is the crucifixion just?

Psalm 30:5 His anger lasts only a moment. But his kindness lasts for a lifetime. Crying may last for a night. But joy comes in the morning. In Paul's soteriology, it is presumed that the person has ...
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How is the crucifixion just?

Christ was unfairly judged on Earth but bore the judgement meekly and magnificently and (simplistically) that gave Him the moral high ground upon which He could judge everyone else. But does that mean ...
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How is the crucifixion just?

The guilty person is held accountable. That’s why Jesus takes responsibility for the sin upon himself.
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Why do we pray hands together today

We see Moses praying fervently with hands stretched out in Ex 17:11-12: As long as Moses held up his hands, the Israelites were winning, but whenever he lowered his hands, the Amalekites were ...
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