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The High Priest of Israel on the Day of Atonement A colorful drawing that imagines the High Priest of Israel wearing his robes and standing in front of the temple curtain. He holds a bowl full of blood on the Day of Atonement. (Leviticus 16:1-30; Hebrews... Resource type: Image | Source: Blue Letter Bible The Day of Atonement, Part One Atonement is the act of becoming, once again, at one with God by means of the shed blood of Jesus as the atoning sacrifice for sin. Resource type: Devotional | Source: The High Calling | Author: Deidra Riggs Evolution, Atonement, and the Redemption of All Creation (Part 1) Given difficulties in envisaging atonement as satisfaction of the wrath of a vengeful God, many theologians avoid using the language of atonement when speaking about the non-human world, but instead rely on the language of redemption. Resource type: Article | Source: Biologos | Author: Celia Deane-Drummond Evolutionary Creationism and Atonement Theology, Part 1: Why We Need A Historical Fall This article by John Hammett discusses possible ways to reconcile belief in both evolution and the features of Genesis 1-3 that are essential for substitutionary atonement. Hammett defends belief in a historical Fall, Adam and Eve. Resource type: Article | Source: Biologos | Author: John Hammett Yom Kippur/"There Is A Fountain In Christ’s Blood" Following a description of the history and traditions associated with Yom Kippur, this article presents the lyrics to Norma Waterson's "There Is a Fountain of Christ's Blood"—a song that describes the events of Jesus' crucifixion. Resource type: Song/Hymn | Source: Global Worship | Author: Norma Waterson Yom Kippur & Atonement Paul Neeley collects a host of resources to help Christians understand Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement, including articles, Bible studies, and even a jazz piece on the theme of atonement. Resource type: Article | Source: Global Worship | Author: Paul Neeley Evolution, Atonement, and Redemption (Part 2) This article comes from a series on evolutionary creation and atonement. "Once we view animals as having in some sense moral agency, then theories of atonement need to be widened and stretched to include creaturely ills." Resource type: Article | Source: Biologos | Author: Celia Deane-Drummond Conversations on Atonement Thomas Thompson and others reflect on atonement and shares that Jesus' death is not so disjunctive– the isolated moment of salvation–but in better continuity with his life as epitomizing his sacrifice and obedience to God Resource type: Article | Source: Perspectives Journal | Author: Thomas R. Thompson Historical Reflections on Substitutionary Atonement Responding to Gustaf Aulén’s "Christus Victor," James E. Bradley argues that the substitutionary view of atonement is present in both the early church fathers and the Protestant Reformers. Resource type: Article | Source: Fuller Studio | Author: James E. Bradley A Discussion of the Atonement In this article, three theologians discuss the atonement in the contemporary terms of violence and abuse and traditional terms of cross and sacrifice. Resource type: Article | Source: Perspectives Journal | Author: Gabriel Fackre Symbols of the Atonement Paul Ryan describes five images of Atonement that can be used for the confession and assurance in a worship service: Christus Victor, ransom, penal substitution, sacrifice, and moral example. Resource type: Article | Source: Reformed Worship | Author: Paul Ryan Competing Theories of Christ’s Atonement: Penal Substitution, Economic Transaction, or Obediential Love? John McCusker wrestles with the mechanisms of the atonement, arguing for a proper reading of Thomas Aquinas' theory of the atonement, which McCusker identifies as an "interpersonal act...motivated by love." Resource type: Article | Source: Homiletic and Pastoral Review | Author: John McCusker Full Text Hymns on Atonement What a Wonderful Savior!PD
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Still Thinking about the Atonement One of the common objections to theistic evolution relates to its implications for sin and atonement. Jim Stump explores various ways that atonement, and even substitutionary atonement, remains coherent with a theistic evolutionary framework. Resource type: Article | Source: Biologos | Author: Jim Stump Christus Victor and Atonement Our cities and churches are dying. If we wish to truly resurrect them, it is time for Christians to adopt a life-affirming Christology with Christus Victor salvation at the heart of our theology of atonement. Resource type: Article | Source: Perspectives Journal | Author: Elizabeth Colmant Estes The Atonement in Scripture and Song: A Lenten Service with Teaching Notes Here is a service outline for the lenten season with a focus on the atonement of Christ. The service is reformed in nature, but can be used by other denominations and can be modified. Resource type: Service Outline | Source: Reformed Worship | Author: Paul E. Detterman Accepting the Atonement Stan Mast examines our desire to shy away from atonement through the blood of Christ, but insists that this Ordinary Time text from Hebrews does not allow us to move away from this grace. Resource type: Sermon Starter/Outline | Source: Center for Excellence in Preaching | Author: Stanley Mast The Center of Atonement ... that while the penal substitution metaphor for the atonement is considered essential by many evangelicals, the New ... "provides a variety of images" for understanding the atonement. McKnight favors "identification for incorporation." Resource type: Article | Source: Fuller Studio | Author: Scot McKnight The Day of Atonement, Part Two Jennifer Dukes Lee meditates on Leviticus 16:21-22, the Day of Atonement, the scapegoat, and Christ, who on Good Friday became a scapegoat for our sake. Resource type: Devotional | Source: The High Calling | Author: Jennifer Dukes Lee Symbols of the Atonement A look at five images of the atonement Resource type: Article | Source: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship | Author: Paul Ryan C.S. Lewis on Atonement Theories A quotation from C.S. Lewis' "Mere Christianity" on atonement theory suggesting that you don’t need to believe a particular theory for the atonement to give you a fresh start. Resource type: Book Quote | Source: Center for Excellence in Preaching | Author: C. S. Lewis
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