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Christ Crucified: The Once-For-All Sacrifice (Christian Heritage Puritan Series)

Stephen Charnock

Christ Crucified: The Once-For-All Sacrifice (Christian Heritage Puritan Series)

Stephen Charnock

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A Puritan's View of Atonement. Stephen Charnock links the Old and New Testaments with his learned and fresh explanation of how the sacrificial system is satisfied by Jesus' one atoning sacrifice. He shows how this work was achieved with full prior knowledge of both the Father and Son in order to bring us blessings of a new covenant. "Sentence after sentence in Charnock's ordered march lights up and glows in your heart" - J I Packer. - Publisher.

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A Puritan's View of Atonement. Stephen Charnock links the Old and New Testaments with his learned and fresh explanation of how the sacrificial system is satisfied by Jesus' one atoning sacrifice. He shows how this work was achieved with full prior knowledge of both the Father and Son in order to bring us blessings of a new covenant. "Sentence after sentence in Charnock's ordered march lights up and glows in your heart" - J I Packer. - Publisher.
- Koorong

Includes an introduction from J. I. Packer In this stimulating work Stephen Charnock links the Old and New Testaments with this classic explanation of how the sacrifice of Jesus Christ fulfils the Old Testament sacrificial system. He particularly illustrates the importance of the Passover, and opens up our understanding of the differences which characterise the New Testament Church era. He shows that Jesus willingly submitted to the pain he knew he would go through, in order to bring us the blessings of a new covenant with God.

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Meet the Author

Stephen Charnock

Stephen Charnock (1628-1680) was educated at Cambridge University after which he lectured at Oxford University. He was appointed chaplain to the Governor of Ireland, Oliver Cromwell's son Henry in 1655, where he soon gained a reputation for preaching. In 1675, years after the fall of Oliver Cromwell's Commonwealth, Charnock became a Presbyterian Minister in London. His works, mostly published posthumously, have the characteristic Puritan concern for central gospel themes and consistent application of Biblical texts to practical problems.

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