Barnes The Atonement is a 9 chapter work on the Atonement by Barnes (Presbyterian) looking at various angles of the Atonement, such as objections, difficulties on the subject of pardon, embarrassments in human governments giving forgiveness, objects to be secured by an atonement, necessity of the atonement, nature of the atonement, and the extent of the atonement.
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by Loraine Boettner
In this 6 chapter book, The Atonement Boettner (Reformed Presbyterian) examines the atonement. His chapters are the Atonement, the Significance of Christ’s Death, the Satisfaction View of the Atonement, the Active and Passive obedience of Christ, Christ as Our Redeemer, and the Representative Principle. Continue reading
The Doctrine of the Atonement
by J. Gresham Machen
Three lectures on the Atonement by J. Gresham Machen. This work by Machen is a short 3 chapter work on the Atonement. First the doctrine of the Atonement, then Christ’s active obedience, and the final chapter is the Bible and the Cross. Continue reading
More than Forgiven
More than Forgiven
By Tim Morton
More than Forgiven is a set of eight outlines intended to help a born again Christian better understand his salvation. Continue reading
The Extent of the Atonement
by Charles W. Bronson
In this 8 chapter book, Bronson examines the Atonement. He presents the legal penalty required, God’s purpose in Christ, an application of the Atoement, the Atonement in Typology, objections, etc.
Charles Wesley Bronson was born and reared in the tiny village of Muncie, Kansas during the worst part of the depression. The author’s father was an old time Baptist preacher and his sermons left an indelible impression on the author who was hardly more than a baby. These were days when men preached righteousness from God’s Holy Word, and Bronson seems to have caught some of the charisma that rested on his father. When he came of age, he felt impelled to preach the gospel of Gods’ grace. He has had wide and varied experiences in the ministry and has held various pastorates including some 7 years as a missionary to Korea. He learned to love the Korean people while in the service of his country during the Korean War. His only desire has been to preach Christ crucified, saying, “He must increase, but I must decrease.” He feels perhaps the message most needed today is the fact that the return of Jesus Christ is imminent. Continue reading