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How Can God Die?
Exactly Why Was Jesus Crucified?
Did Jesus Descend into Hell?
We know very little about where Jesus was for three days. One must be careful not to read too much detail into a parable or story.
How is Jesus Our Substitute?
On the cross, God treated Jesus as if He had committed every sin ever committed by every person who would ever believe.
Crucified with Christ?
“I have been crucified with” is actually one word in the original text of the New Testament; and it is the verb around which this verse is built.
Three Crosses, Two Destinies, One Way?
Three Crosses stood upon Calvary 2,000 years ago. Those three crosses speak of two destinies, of three men and in what condition they died.
God Turned Away?
When God looked down and saw his Son bearing the sin of the world, He didn't see His Son, He saw instead the sin that He was bearing.
The Prophetic Exactness of Christ's Death?
There were thirty-three prophecies fulfilled on the single day when the Lord Jesus died.
How Is Jesus Our Passover Lamb?
When John the Baptist stepped forward and introduced Jesus as the Lamb of God, he did so as the final Old Testament prophet.
How Does the Cross Show Love?
Most often when the Bible attempts to express God's love, it makes a beeline for the cross of Jesus Christ.
The Cross: More than a Necklace?
The cross of Jesus Christ is the signature symbol of the central event in the history of civilization. Yet, today we depict the cross as common.
Jesus: Our Propitiation?
Against Jesus, the wrath of God has already burned, and for us who are in Him, the fire of God will never burn again.
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