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Pope Gregory Xv: Alessandro Ludovisi: The First Jesuit-Educated Pope, Tony Amodeo Apr 2014

Pope Gregory Xv: Alessandro Ludovisi: The First Jesuit-Educated Pope, Tony Amodeo

Tony Amodeo

No abstract provided.


The Pauline Model Of Atonement In Romans 3:19-31, Norm Mathers Jan 2014

The Pauline Model Of Atonement In Romans 3:19-31, Norm Mathers

Norm Mathers

The Pauline model of Romans 3:19-31 is a description of substitutionary atonement. Sin, guilt, righteousness, faith in Christ, justification, redemption, propitiation, Christ a covering, atonement in his blood, substitute, justice, justifier, and the principle of faith are descriptive of this view of the atonement. A barrage of literature has arisen against penal substitution. Penal substitution has been confused with substitutionary atonement. Penal substitution has also been referred to as penal substitutionary atonement which isn’t substitutionary atonement. Substitutionary atonement has been clouded by such atonement theories as Christus Victor. Aulen’s view of reconciliation doesn’t adequately describe the ...


Jesus Speaks To Seven Of His Churches, Part 1., David E. Graves Phd Jan 2010

Jesus Speaks To Seven Of His Churches, Part 1., David E. Graves Phd

David E. Graves PhD

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Jesus Speaks To Seven Of His Churches, Part 2, David E. Graves Phd Jan 2010

Jesus Speaks To Seven Of His Churches, Part 2, David E. Graves Phd

David E. Graves PhD

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Mary And The Jews: The Gospels And The Early Church, Lawrence E. Frizzell Dec 2008

Mary And The Jews: The Gospels And The Early Church, Lawrence E. Frizzell

Reverend Lawrence E. Frizzell, S.T.L., S.S.L., D.Phil.

The intention of this essay is twofold; to extend the time period of my earlier essays on Mary and the biblical heritage and to sketch the developments in the early Church, in spite of their burdens of motifs relating to the Jewish people, so that we can understand our history with an insight into the Church's roots and prepare for a better future in Christian- Jewish relations.