Why did Jesus really die? Was it to defeat sin? Was it to appease atonement of godthe wrath of an angry God? Was it so that God wouldn’t have to punish us because He punished Jesus? Was it to ransom us from the devil? Is God a child abuser? All these questions are answered within various theories as to why Jesus died. In this book, Jeremy looks at the four most popular theories: penal substitutionary theory, the moral influence theory, the ransom theory, and the Christus Victor theory.
Recently the world discovered the identity of the man in the videos that ISIS has been putting out detailing their savagery towards mankind. There is now a bounty on his head for his capture. Many want to see this man dead, and I do totally understand their thoughts. The barbaric actions of ISIS deem the
In A New Apostolic Reformation?: A Biblical Response to a Worldwide Movement authors R. Douglass Geivett and Holly Pevic bring a very much needed and honest critique of one of the fastest growing movements within the worldwide Church today. Their purpose is not to write with contempt of this movement. Their goals are two-fold: to