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New Testament Concept of Atonement

by H. D. McDonald

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0227172426, Paperback)

This significant work provides an examination of the importance of Christ's atoning act for man's redemption. McDonald analyses elements of the New Testament which hold essential meanings and messages of the Christian doctrine of salvation. The Author offers a detailed study of biblical thought in the tradition of Reformed biblical scholarship, based on well-researched material. The Author: H.D. McDonald is a former Vice-Principal and Senior Lecturer at the London Bible College, and has been a visiting Professor at a number of institutions in the USA and Canada.

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