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    The Atonement by Tom Ferrell (MP3s)

    The Atonement MP3 Lectures
    Contemplating the Wondrous Redemptive Work of Christ
    by Tom Ferrell - Arlington Presbyterian Church (PCA)

    Five week study exploring and relishing the glories of the atonement. Focuses on the purpose for the Incarnation of Christ. More importantly, however, that all of life is answered by the gospel. So we preach Christ crucified. We preach the atonement. We preach the good news with unwavering confidence that the gospel alone will work an abiding gratitude and joy in your souls. The atonement is Christ’s satisfying divine justice by His sufferings and death in the place of sinners.

    The Atonement: its necessity Matthew 5:20-48; James 2:10 MP3
    the Atonement: its demand Luke 2:1-20; Galatians 4:4-5a MP3
    the Atonement: its essence 2 Corinthians 5:21 MP3
    the Atonement: its Benefit Matthew 11:28-29 MP3
    the Atonement: its design Matthew 1:21 MP3

    For .pdf Manuscripts of these sermons click here

    Posted by John on May 10, 2006 11:17 AM

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