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Christ, our substitute by Norman R. Gulley

Christ, our substitute

by Norman R. Gulley

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The Bible reveals Christ's relationship to our world in Incarnation and Pentecost. Eden, Bethlehem, and Jerusalem have all affected our planet. Christ made man, became man, and occupied men. He has a unique relationship to the world. What other god made man, became man, and occupied men? What other religion or religious leader can equal Christianity and Christ?

The central feature of Christianity is not a set of beliefs or teachings, but a Person. A Person who became our substitute in both life and death. Yet what does that mean? How was Christ our substitute? How does that affect our salvation and religious life? What kind of price die He pay to be our substitute?

Dr. Gulley answers these and other questions in Christ Our Substitute. He shows the uniqueness of Christianity and how that uniqueness gives the Christian full assurance and confidence in his salvation.

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