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The Gospel In The Late 20th Century

In view of recent trends in theological speculation, editors consider it timely to initiate a brief survey of the Biblical doctrine of salvation. This will take the form of twelve papers by various writers to be published in consecutive issues, ...


Sin And The Promise Of Salvation

Sin - its definition There are several Hebrew words in the Old Testament describing sin in its various forms. The leading thought is "to miss", in the sense of missing the mark, as for example in Judges 20:16 where certain ...


The Atonement

"Preach the word" (2 Tim. 4:2). In this concise phrase the veteran apostle defines the primary task of the Christian evangelist. Such a solemn responsibility is a constant burden, yet at the same time it is a stimulating challenge, to ...


Repentance And Faith

In his farewell address to the overseers of the Ephesian assembly, Paul the apostle claimed that he had not shrunk from "testifying both to Jews and to Greeks repentance toward God, and faith toward our Lord Jesus Christ" (Acts 20:21). ...


Regeneration: Born Of God

"Jesus answered, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God. That which is born of the flesh is flesh; and that which is born ...


Redemption - Its Price And Purpose

Redemption is a loosing or buying out of what has been held in bondage. The term is used in reference to the release of Israel from their physical bondage to Pharaoh. "Thou in Thy mercy hast led the people which ...



The word justification is used in more than one sense in Scripture. It usually refers to God's act of grace in reckoning righteous in His sight the repentant sinner. Other meanings concern the demonstration of righteousness, usually before men. We ...


Sanctification (1)

The idea of sanctification is commonly represented as advancement in holy living. Whilst this aspect does relate to a very important practical application of the doctrine, and will be examined in another article, sanctification fundamentally relates to something which God ...


Sanctification - Part 2

Sanctification is a cardinal truth of the gospel. It differs from those previously considered in the series in that it has an essential element of human responsibility in addition to the initial response of faith. As was seen in the ...



Among things which "eye saw not, and ear heard not, and which entered not into the heart of man" is the wonder of God's choice of the believer in Christ before the foundation of the world (Eph. 1:3,4). "Knowing, brethren ...


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