I sometimes think about the cross,
And close my eyes, and try to see
The cruel nails, and crown of thorns,
And Jesus crucified for me.
(v4 of the Hymn ‘It is a thing most wonderful’ by William Walsham How, 1823 – 97)
That’s how a message given by Stuart Olyott began on Limited Atonement many years ago. I understand what it means but like Stuart, Particular Redemption is preferable because it is just that, particular. But we could also add Definite Atonement because something was accomplished not merely made possible. As I began looking at this subject a long time ago, many ministers were questioned, but Stuart was the…
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