The life of lives [electronic resource] : further studies in the life of Christ /
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Jesus Christ's substitutionary death : an attempt to reconcile two divergent Seventh-Day Adventist teachingsWood, J. M.; Mwale, Emmanuel (2016-06-06)At the incarnation, Jesus Christ assumed the fallen human nature that He found. Having lived a life of perfect obedience in the fallen human flesh that He assumed, He voluntarily and willingly bore the sins of the entire human race and died the second death for, and in our place; thereby paying the penalty for sin. Jesus Christ bore our sins (acts or behaviours) vicariously, while sin as nature or a law residing in the fallen human flesh that He assumed was condemned in that flesh and received eternal destruction on the cross. Thus, on the cross, in Christ, God saved the entire humanity. On the cross, the condemnation that the entire humanity had received by being genetically linked to Adam was reversed in Christ. Thus, the entire human race stands legally justified. But this is a gift, which can either be received or rejected. Therefore, salvation is not automatic.
Recueil de dessins et de sonnets sur la vie, la passion, la résurrection et l'ascension de Jésus-Christ1601-1650Contient : « Fin de la passion de Jésus » ; Sonnets, avec dessins, sur les élus, les réprouvés, la mort, le jugement ; « Conception sur le crucifix. Stances » ; « Sur la naissance de Jésus. Écho. » Stances avec écho