The Atonement of God: Building Your Theology on a Crucivision of God

The Atonement of God Building Your Theology on a Crucivision of God After reading this book you will NEVER read the Bible the same way again By reading this book you will learn to see God in a whole new light You will also learn to see yourself in a whole new light

  • Title: The Atonement of God: Building Your Theology on a Crucivision of God
  • Author: Jeremy Myers
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 178
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • After reading this book, you will NEVER read the Bible the same way again.By reading this book, you will learn to see God in a whole new light You will also learn to see yourself in a whole new light, and learn to live life in a whole new way.The book begins with a short explanation of the various views of the atonement, including an explanation and defense of the Non ViAfter reading this book, you will NEVER read the Bible the same way again.By reading this book, you will learn to see God in a whole new light You will also learn to see yourself in a whole new light, and learn to live life in a whole new way.The book begins with a short explanation of the various views of the atonement, including an explanation and defense of the Non Violent View of the atonement This view argues that God did not need or demand the death of Jesus in order to forgive sins In fact, God has never been angry with us at all, but has always loved and always forgiven.Following this explanation of the atonement, J D Myers takes you on a journey through 10 areas of theology which are radically changed and transformed by the Non Violent view of the atonement The ten areas that you will understand in a whole new way are The Life of Jesus ChristGodScriptureSacrificeHumanitySinForgivenessJusticeViolencePeaceRead this book, and let your life and theology look and like Jesus Christ
    The Atonement Church Of Jesus Christ The Atonement of Christ fulfilled these prototypes of the Old Testament He was the firstborn Lamb of God, without blemish His sacrifice occurred by the shedding of blood No bones of His body were What is Atonement Bible Meaning and Definition The Atonement of Christ Bible What Is Atonement Biblical Meaning and Definition Atonement of Jesus Christ What is the Atonement As used in the scriptures, to atone is to suffer the penalty for sins, thereby removing the effects of sin from the repentant sinner and allowing him or her to be reconciled to God Jesus Christ was the only one capable of carrying out the Atonement Atonement Sep , Directed by Joe Wright With Keira Knightley, James McAvoy, Brenda Blethyn, Saoirse Ronan Fledgling writer Briony Tallis, as a thirteen year old, irrevocably changes the course of several What is Atonement and Why Is it Necessary Biblical Meaning Simply put, the word atonement means reconciliation It refers to the condition of being one with others More specifically atonement is a reference to the sacrifice that Jesus Christ made in order Atonement definition of atonement by The Free Dictionary atonement the act of atoning for sin or wrongdoing especially appeasing a deity expiation , propitiation redemption , salvation theology the act of delivering from sin or saving from evil

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    1. Jeremy Myers is a popular author and blogger who writes at RedeemingGodHe writes to liberate Scripture and Theology from the shackles of religion If you read his books, you will learn to follow Jesus in a relational way.

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    1. I ve long enjoyed discussions and debates with my friend Jeremy Myers on his blog and on Facebook He s played a big part in my own journey, and I m thrilled to share his latest book with you now.In The Atonement of God, Jeremy examines what it means that Jesus died for our sins Many different theories attempt to explain how Jesus death secured our salvation, but as Jeremy shows, they can mostly be divided into either violent or non violent views of the atonement Using the cross as the center of [...]


    2. joemcfadden 2016 08 16 thI want to start by saying I am not sure that I agree with all the theological implications presented in this book something seems to be missing still and left unexplained I get the sense even Myers feels this tension as he notes several times that some of his later works will seek to reconcile certain topics that fall outside of his theological framework presented in this book For this reason I could only cautiously recommend this to those who want to expand or challenge [...]


    3. J.D Myers Atonement of God Building Your Theology on a Crucivision of God is a masterful theological exposition of the nonviolent atonement While Myers does need a better editorial team some of the passages feel thrown together and repetitive and his use of gender specific nouns gets annoying as a whole, The Atonement of God is able to bring together a Christian nonviolence with a deeply textured, Christ centered view of God Perhaps the best part of The Atonement of God is Myers exploration of C [...]


    4. In terms of content, it was mostly good I especially appreciated the discussion of the ways in which Jesus defeated sin, death, and Satan I was familiar with some other discussions of non violent atonement theories in the past, but particularly in the area of defeating death I found Myers offered some great insight I had not encountered elsewhere My biggest problem in terms of content came in the final chapter on peace, where he insists everybody shares in blame for every situation and that the [...]


    5. The book provides an antagonistic approach to silence traditional Christian doctrines of atonement It is written to stir debates The issues are put forward in black and white with no room for uncertainty Jeremy goes into detail on each point and showing a deep level of research.It was written for those who want a deep theological discussion It is suitable for theological students and theological thinkers.This is a large book You cannot finish and understand it in one day As you read each chapter [...]


    6. TruthGod loves Moslems and athiests as much as he loves me How can I do less Ask God how much violence is proper in all things.



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