The Concept of Atonement in 1 John.pdf

The Concept of Atonement in 1 John

Jintae Kim

The author of 1John interprets Christ s death as the atoning sacrifice for the sins of the world (2:2

John may be stressing the universal application of Christ's work. Since 'sacrifice of atonement' is a strongly Jewish term and something associated in Jewish ... One particular understanding which has received harsh critique is the penal ... is the Lamb of God who bears and takes away the sin of the world (John 1:29).

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