Thursday, November 20, 2014

He Walked in Our Shoes

Just in time for the Advent-Christmas season!

For many Christians, the Easter celebration overshadows Christmas in regard to the importance of the atonement. Jesus' atoning sacrifice did not begin at Calvary, however; it began at Bethlehem, where God became one of us in order to walk in our shoes.

Please read my new article, "He Walked in Our Shoes," available at http://www.ptm.org/14PT/winter/index.html#/5/. This is a "popular" explication of the important doctrine of the "vicarious humanity" of Jesus Christ.

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