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Defending substitution : an essay on atonement in Paul

Defending substitution : an essay on atonement in Paul

Author: Simon J Gathercole
Publisher: Grand Rapids (MI) : Baker Academic, ©2015.
Series: Acadia studies in Bible and theology.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

A world-renowned New Testament scholar offers an exegetical and historical defense of the classical substitutionary view of the atonement.


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Genre/Form: Sacra Scrittura. Studi sul Nuovo Testamento
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Simon J Gathercole
ISBN: 9780801049774 0801049776
OCLC Number: 1203693388
Language Note: Testo in inglese, passi in greco con traduzione inglese.
Description: 128 p. ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction The Importance of Substitution Defining Substitution: Christ in Our Place Criticisms of Substitution1. Exegetical Challenges to Substitution The Tubingen Understanding of Representative "Place-Taking" Interchange in Christ Apocalyptic Deliverance The Omission or Downplaying of "Sins" Conclusion2. "Christ Died for Our Sins according to the Scriptures" (1 Cor. 15:3) The Importance of 1 Corinthians 15:3-4 "According to the Scriptures" Substitution in 1 Corinthians 15:3 Conclusion Excursus: An Objection--Why, Then, Do Christians Still Die?3. The Vicarious Death of Christ and Classical Parallels (Rom. 5:6-8) The Translation of Romans 5:6-8 A Sketch of the Exegesis Vicarious Deaths in Classical Tradition The Comparison in Romans 5:6-8 ConclusionConclusionIndexes
Series Title: Acadia studies in Bible and theology.
Responsibility: Simon Gathercole.


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