Topic: Atonement

04.18.2014 by Greg Billingsley

Christ, The Cornerstone

On the Thursday night before Jesus’s crucifiction, Jesus ate the Passover meal with his disciples in what we have traditionally called the Last Supper. During this supper, many interesting (and even paradoxical) things happen – Jesus washing the disciples’ feet; Judas being identified as Jesus’s betrayer, apparently without the other disciples realization of it; and Jesus’s radical changes to the traditional Passover customs in instituting the Sacrement of the Lord’s Supper – but there has always been one seemingly normal thing that has stuck out to me. The singing of a hymn.

Topics: resurrection, christ's work, atonement


04.03.2012 by Reed Dunn

The Day of Atonement

One day a year, the High Priest of Israel offered sacrifices for the sins of the people of God…

Topics: atonement