Monthly Archives: April 2012

John Stott on the Lord’s Supper and “the centrality of the Jesus’ death”

The first lesson [Jesus’ taught through the Lord’s supper] is the centrality of his death. Solemnly and deliberately, during his last evening with them, he was giving instructions for his own memorial service. It was not to be a single occasion, however, … Continue reading

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John Stott on the language of “theories” and the different achievements of the atonement

Images of salvation (or of the atonement) is a better term than theories. For theories are usually abstract and speculative concepts, whereas the biblical images of the atoning achievement of Christ are concrete pictures and belong to the data of … Continue reading

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