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According to Biblical Unitarians... There is no biblical precedent for Jesus' sacrifice/offering to be God. There IS a precedent for the offering to be without fault and blemish. Jesus was without fault and spiritually perfect as he was without sin and the son of God. He could only be perfect - w/o sin, if he was born outside of the sin of Adam (Rom 5) which ...


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This is from the perspective of Jehovah's Witnesses. A full explanation of Jesus' ransom sacrifice can be found in chapter 5 of the book, "What Can the Bible Teach Us?" Jesus' death is sufficient for redemption from sin on the basis that Jesus was a perfect man, without sin, just as Adam had been. When Adam was created, he was perfect, but when he ...


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