The Great Doctrines of the Bible
Kessinger Publishing, 2004年6月1日 - 164 頁
Reconciliation has two sides; active and passive. In the active sense we may look upon Christ's death as removing the enmity existing between God and man, and which had hitherto been a barrier to fellowship (see the above quoted texts). This state of existing enmity is set forth in such scriptures as Rom. 8:7--"Because the carnal mind is enmity against God." Also Eph. 2:15; Jas. 4:4. In the passive sense of the word it may indicate the change of attitude on the part of man toward God, this change being wrought in the heart of man by a vision of the Cross of Christ; a change from enmity to friendship thus taking place, cf. 2 Cor. 5:20.
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LT The Great Doctrines of the Bible, William Evans, Moody Press, 1912, dates I read/studied book Recommended by [if anybody], Where is hard copy? Home office Theme: see title Type: systematic theology ... 閱讀評論全文
This is an excellent, easy-read. This book was purchased for a bible class I'm taking and I'm glad the teacher is using this material. It's well-organized and is in every day language that an "average" person can understand. 閱讀評論全文