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Overall, Pierced for Our Transgressions, Rediscovering the Glory of Penal Substitution comes highly recommended from this reader. It is a timely book that can be used both as a reference work and a biblical mentor regarding an oft forgotten and misunderstood doctrine/5(31).
Pierced for Our Transgressions: Rediscovering the Glory of Penal Substitution (POT) written by Steve Jeffery, Michael Ovey and Andrew Sach (authors).
The authors provide a comprehensive and biblical defense of the glorious doctrine of penal substitution (doctrine) and its theological framework (31)/5. But he was pierced for our transgressions; he was crushed for our iniquities; upon him was the chastisement that brought us peace, and with his wounds we are healed.
Berean Study Bible But He was pierced for our transgressions, He was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was upon Him, and by His stripes we are healed.
Pierced for our Transgressions is a book I would highly recommend to anyone wanting not only a broad survey and apologetical defense of penal substitution, but a /5. In this book we are summoned again to the heart of the gospel. Thomas R. Schreiner, James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky.
Pierced for our Transgressions is a treasure-trove of information and analysis on the important, yet disputed doctrine of penal substitution. As a biblical scholar, I enthusiastically commend the authors. This scholarly but approachable book looks at this central doctrine to evangelical faith from a whole variety of angles.
Every section of this book yields another reason to thank God for the labours of the authors and for IVP in Britain. I pray that the Lord will give the book success in the defence and honour of God, and that Jesus Christ will be treasured all the more fully when he is seen more clearly to be Pierced for our Transgressions.
It is not because God is not a God of wrath. it is because he was "pierced for my transgressions" (Isaiah ). This is not a mere academic dispute. Our present peace and our eternal life hangs on this work of Christ.
The authors of Pierced for Our Transgressions have responded to N.T. Wright’s criticism. I’ll reprint it below (in a more legible font size!). Wright does not like Pierced for our Transgressions, as he explains HERE. Some have already responded to him HERE and HERE.
While we are grateful for constructive criticism, Wright is mistaken at several important points. But he was pierced for our transgressions. He was crushed for our iniquities. The punishment that brought our peace was on him; and by his wounds we are healed. - World English Bible And he is pierced for our transgressions, Bruised for our iniquities, The chastisement of our peace [is] on him, And by his bruise there is healing to us.
He Was Pierced for Our Transgressions - Behold, my servant shall act wisely; he shall be high and lifted up, and shall be exalted.
As many were astonished at you— his appearance was so marred, beyond He Was Pierced for Our Transgressions - Behold, my servant shall act wisely; he shall be high and lifted up, and shall be exalted. As many were. The controversy over the Bible doctrine of Christ’s penal substitutionary death has brought to light such works as Pierced for Our Transgressions: Recovering the Glory of Penal Substitution.
This book is a blessing because it not only brings clarity to the controversy but also edifies in its tone (as opposed to being harsh as some would expect in a polemical work), evangelistically useful, and theologically sound.
4 Surely he took up our pain and bore our suffering, yet we considered him punished by God, stricken by him, and afflicted. 5 But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed.
6 We all, like sheep, have gone astray, each of us has turned to our own way. Pierced for Our Transgressions: Rediscovering the Glory of Penal Substitution () by Steve Jeffery, Michael Ovey, Andrew Sach Hear about sales, receive special offers & more. You can unsubscribe at any time.5/5(2).
Pierced for our transgressions This book is making quite a buzz across the country at the moment. Released next month, it looks set to become the must-read as we see how the wonder of the cross has become sidelined and shamed over the last few years particularly in Christianity. Their book, Pierced for Our Transgressions: Rediscovering the Glory of Penal Substitution (Inter-Varsity/Crossway, ), stands in the tradition of great works on the subject by men such as A.A.
Hodge and Leon Morris. It is, however, distinctive in several : Keith Mathison. Pierced for Our Transgressions: a book summary of a vital doctrine Three Important Truths I learned about Penal Substitution It’s troubling that some theologians don’t see penal substitution for what it is—a Holy God affecting retributive justice at immoral man for committing a crime against Him.
Pierced for Our Transgressions. That is why I was all the more frustrated when I came upon a new book by the recently appointed Principal-elect of Oak Hill College, Mike Ovey, and two students of that college, Steve Jeffrey and Andrew Sach.
The book is entitled Pierced for Our Transgressions: Rediscovering the Glory of Penal Substitution (IVP. Steve Jeffery, Mike Ovey and Andrew Sach have together written an explanation and defence of the doctrine of penal substitution under the title Pierced for our Transgressions: Rediscovering the Glory of Penal Substitution (IVP, March ).
Here they explain briefly the background to the controversy, and give a few examples of the kinds of arguments [ ]. The belief that Jesus died for us, suffering the wrath of his own Father in our place, has been the wellspring of hope for countless Christians through the ages. However, with an increasing number of theologians, church leaders, and even popular Christian books and magazines questioning this doctrine, which naysayers have described as a form of “cosmic child abuse,” a fresh articulation /5(5).
Book Review: Pierced For Our Transgressions. Posted on Ap by Andy Lynch. In my own ministry I am currently enjoying preaching expositionally through the Gospel of John.
And though we as a church are only in chapter 4 of this beloved book, I realize that the time is coming when we will be addressing the work of Christ on the Cross. Among the books I am reading, there is almost always one on Christ’s death, first, because it’s a subject I love, but also because I want to be able to explain and defend it as all that it is.I want to be able to make a better case now than I did back in Bible college and on the discussion boards, so when Pierced for Our Transgressions came out a few years ago, I bought it and started to read.
In this important book the authors seek to establish the biblical foundations of the penal substitutionary death of Christ and provide answer to contemporary criticisms of this centrally important doctrine. As a “Bonus Summary” for our members we provide this brief sketch of chapter 2.
In chapter 1 the author “set the scene” with regard to the contemporary debate regarding penal. Pierced for Our Transgressions: Rediscovering the Glory of Penal Substitution By Steve Jeffery, Michael Ovey, Andrew Sach, Foreword by John Piper The belief that Jesus died for us, suffering the wrath of his own Father in our place, has been the wellspring of hope for countless Christians through the ages.
The doctrine of penal substitution states that God gave himself in the person of his Son to suffer instead of us the death, punishment and curse due to fallen humanity as the penalty for sin. The belief that Jesus died for us, suffering the wrath of his own Father in our place, has been the wellspring of the hope of countless Christians through the ages.5/5(1).
Pierced for our transgressions (ebook) Rediscovering the glory of penal substitution by Steve Jeffery et al. 'This book deserves the widespread circulation achieved by corresponding contributions a generation ago – those of Leon Morris, Jim Packer and John Stott.'Author: Steve Jeffery, Mike Ovey, Andrew Sach.
Pierced for our transgressions. Rediscovering The Glory Of Penal Substitution By Andrew Sach, Steve Jeffery In stock. ISBN and it was often said that his students were his books.
However, he was a prolific and accomplished writer, and IVP is proud to publish his contribution to the New Studies in Biblical Theology series.
For me Pierced for Our Transgressions represents a major hurdle for anyone who would deny/demote/question the doctrine of penal substitution, precisely because of the way in which it allows the Bible to speak for itself.
The message of this book is the message of the Bible, and of historic evangelical Christianity to boot. Remember Jesus' sacrifice on Good Friday with He Was Pierced for our Transgressions (Isaiah ) NIV regular size bulletins. A crown of thorns on purple background and white lettering for the Scripture verse: But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are : Hermitage Art.
Probably the most important theological book of the year, Pierced for Our Transgressions: Recovering the Glory of Penal Substitution, is a book which should be read by every Christian, not just seminary students or theologians. They have developed an excellent website in which you can read a whole host of things, including the forward by John Piper, the table of contents.
Pierced for Our Transgressions | Isaiah Brian Hedges | December 8, Turn in your Bibles this morning to Isaiah Last week we began a short series through this chapter of the Bible, which has been called "the holy of holies" in the Old Testament.
Pierced for Our Transgressions: Rediscovering the Glory of Penal Substitutionary Atonement is a book written by Steve Jeffery, Michael Ovey, and Andrew Sach that discusses thoroughly the biblical basis of Christ’s penal substitutionary atonement (which we’ve been examining here), its historical roots, primary objections, and pastoral implications.He was pierced for our transgressions; he was crushed for our iniquities; upon him was the chastisement that brought us peace, and with his wounds we are healed (Isa.
). So rather than play hide-and-seek with God when we sin, let us run to him and plunge into the fountain of Jesus’ blood, that we may be cleansed from all our sin.