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?
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson provides criticism of theories of universal atonement.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his discussion of the different types of atonement. The Scriptures relating to universal atonement are set forth.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds one of the central verses to the debate between Calvinism and Arminianism.
2 Peter 2:1
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson addresses specific Scriptures often used in support of a universal atonement theory.
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.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson begins a sub-series on Jesus' final word on the cross. The first few statements are expounded, including Christ's exchanges with the thieves and his instructions concerning his mother.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Christ's suffering on the cross itself.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Jesus cry of "My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me?"