God’s Names in Job: Does God Suffer With Us?

The book of Job has regularly posed a problem for Christians in nearly every generation because it presents, quite starkly, the suffering of a “blameless” man for no reason ever explained to him, by a God who seems far more interested in winning a bet with Satan and browbeating Job with odes to His own […]

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Universal Expiation, Definite Atonement: Did Jesus Die for the Sins of All People?

Many Bible texts indicate that Jesus died for all people. Should this impact our doctrine of atonement? And if Jesus died for all, why are all not saved?

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