Limited Atonement (Calvinism Series)

Limited Atonement (Calvinism Series)

In this third episode on the doctrines of grace, we discuss limited atonement. What did Jesus accomplish at the cross? What did he intend to accomplish? Can Jesus fail in anything he intends to do? We speak to some common objections and then consider how a particular view of the atonement leads to assurance.

Member Podcast Description: In this episode, we talk more about limited/particular atonement and assurance. We also launch into some spirited discussion about biblicism and expositional preaching.

Resources:
“Reformed Dogmatics” by Herman Bavinck
“The Death of Death in the Death of Christ” by John Owen
“For Calvinism” by Michael Horton
“The Five Points of Calvinism: A Study Guide” by Edwin Palmer
“Chosen by God” by R. C. Sproul
“The Plan of Salvation” by B. B. Warfield

Scripture:
Matthew 1:21
John 6:37-40; 10:11-16; 17:1-9
Acts 20:28
Romans 8:30-35
Ephesians 1:3-14
Hebrews 10:11-14
Revelation 5:9

 

Jon was born and raised in the sunny desert of Southern California. He is the pastor of Grace reformed church in Spring Hill, TN (gracereformed.org). Jon is married to Judith, and they have four children: Charis, Titus, Jane, and Knox.

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