The Suffering Savior

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The Design of the Atonement: For Whom Did Christ Die? – II

John 6:37-40

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his explanation of the differences between Calvinistic and Arminian interpretations of who are the beneficiaries of Christ's atoning work. Dr. Johnson devotes this lesson to retelling the history of Arminius' teachings and the Synod of Dordrecht.

The Design of the Atonement: For Whom Did Christ Die? – III

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his discussion of the historical debate over the application of Christ's atonement.

The Design of the Atonement: For Whom Did Christ Die? – IV

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson probes deeply into the central question of Christ's atoning work: Did he die to make the salvation of all men possible and nothing more, or did he die to certainly and actually save through faith his elect people?

The Design of the Atonement: For Whom Did Christ Die? – V

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson provides criticism of theories of universal atonement.

The Design of the Atonement: For Whom Did Christ Die? – VI

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his discussion of the different types of atonement. The Scriptures relating to universal atonement are set forth.

The Design of the Atonement: For Whom Did Christ Die? – VII

John 3:16-17

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds one of the central verses to the debate between Calvinism and Arminianism.

The Design of the Atonement: For Whom Did Christ Die? – VIII

2 Peter 2:1

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson addresses specific Scriptures often used in support of a universal atonement theory.

The Design of the Atonement: For Whom Did Christ Die? – IX

Romans 8:31-34

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson concludes his in depth discussion of the purpose of the atoning work of Christ by expounding Scriptures that support the concept of a definite, or limited, atonement.

Gethsemane – I: The Horror of Eternal Punishment

Mark 14:32-42

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson exposits the agony of Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane as the Messiah confronted death face to face.

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