Via Dolorosa – II: or Sacrifice, Substitution and Imprecation, the Idea of Substitution in the Doctrine of the Atonement
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his exposition on Christ's sufferings on the way to the cross and relates Jesus' sacrificial work to the satisfaction of God's justice.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson concludes his exposition of Christ's suffering on the way to Calvary by discussing the many theories of what the Messiah's divine sacrifice accomplishes.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on the fifth of Jesus' sayings on the cross, "I thirst."
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson concludes his sub-series on Christ's words from the cross with a discussion of, "It is finished."
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on Christ's burial and its demonstration of the Messiah's divine and human natures.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives detailed exposition of the resurrection of Jesus and the significance of each of those who encounted Christ after the miraculous event.
2 Corinthians 5:14-21
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson devotes this lesson to a summary of the doctrine of the atonement and God's aims through the work of the second person of the Trinity.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson discusses the core debate within Protestant Christianity over the purpose of Christ's suffering, death and resurrection. In this first part, the basic views concerning the application of Christ's atonement are summarized.
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.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his discussion of the historical debate over the application of Christ's atonement.