Our Thirst for God

Our Thirst for God

  ‘Why’ indeed. Jesus could have chosen to spare himself from a horrific death. In the first century, the Romans had perfected the ‘art’ of crucifixion. It was a slow, agonizing ordeal, intended to strip away all human dignity and send a macabre message of ‘obedience or death’ to all who might oppose them. As God, he understood the horror wait

The Case for Last Generation Theology, Part 5: The Nature and Timing of the Biblical Atonement

The Case for Last Generation Theology, Part 5: The Nature and Timing of the Biblical Atonement

In the first article of our series, we quoted an Ellen White statement which contains an essential principle for understanding inspired writings. Describing inspired language, Ellen White declares: Different meanings are expressed by the same word; there is not one word for each distinct idea.[1] When studying the Bible doctrine of atonement, as ar

Exalt the Cross of Christ

Exalt the Cross of Christ

It became Him for whom are all things, and by whom are all things, in the redemption of the world to save sinners by the blood of the Lamb. The great sacrifice of the Son of God was neither too great nor too small to accomplish the work. In the wisdom of God it was complete; and the atonement made testifies to every son and daughter of Adam the imm