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The Meaning of Christ's Death

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Weight 0.36 lbs
Dimensions 7.13 × 4.75 × 0.4 in
topic

Jesus Christ, Salvation

Format

Book

isbn

9780851516233

Original Pub Date

1992

Banner Pub Date

Jun 1, 1993

binding

Paperback

page-count

168

scripture

New Testament

Book Description

The work of Jesus Christ lies at the heart of the message of the gospel. Yet many Christians have only a vague and insecure grasp of what it is that Christ has done for them and little understanding of what Scripture means by words like ‘redemption’, ‘reconciliation’ and ‘propitiation’.

In A Price for a People Tom Wells meets the widespread need for a clear explanation of the biblical teaching of the meaning of the cross. Recognizing that the nature of Christ’s work determines its effects, he also deals with the important question, ‘For whom did Christ die?’. His careful answer will help many people to a clearer understanding and a deeper appreciation of what Christ has done for them.

Table of Contents Expand ↓

An Opening Word 9
1 What Kind of Act Was the Death of Christ? 12
2 Redemption, Its Old Testament History, Part One 15
3 Redemption, Its Old Testament History, Part Two 20
4 Redemption in the New Testament, Part One 24
5 Redemption in the New Testament, Part Two 29
6 Reconciliation 34
7 Propitiation 39
8 For Whom Did Christ Die? 45
9 Didn’t Christ Die for the World? 51
10 A Family Matter 59
11 Christ Died for the Church 65
12 Christ’s Death for ‘Many’ 70
13 Who Died With Christ? 76
14 Christ Our Substitute 83
15 A Look at Some’ Hard’ Texts 90
16 How Does This Affect Our Preaching? 96
17 What is the Gospel Message? 104
18 A Final Word 113
Appendices
1 The Use of Universal Terms 117
2 The Time of Redemption 127
3 The Greek Word for Purchase 134
4 Who Are the ‘Many’ for Whom Christ Died? 137
5 ‘Many’ and ‘All Men’ in Romans 5:12-20 146
6 Some Thoughts on Terminology 152
7 Repentance and Faith 156
Index 159
Index of Scripture References 161
Index of Hebrew and Greek Words 165

 

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