Definition of Substitutionary. Meaning of Substitutionary. Synonyms of Substitutionary

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Definition of Substitutionary

Substitutionary
Substitutionary Sub`sti*tu"tion*a*ry, a. Of or pertaining to substitution; substitutional.

Meaning of Substitutionary from wikipedia

- understanding of substitutionary atonement, where the substitutionary nature of Jesus' death is understood in the sense of a substitutionary fulfilment of...
- Substitutionary atonement, also called vicarious atonement, is a central concept within Christian theology which ****erts that Jesus died "for us", as...
- substitution view) Atonement (ransom view) Atonement (satisfaction view) Substitutionary atonement Society of the Atonement Universal atonement, as in: Unlimited...
- be baptized. In Protestant theology, Jesus' death is regarded as a substitutionary penalty carried by Jesus, for the debt that has to be paid by humankind...
- Christian doctrine of salvation only through Jesus Christ, and his substitutionary atonement on behalf of mankind. The church has an open canon which...
- theory. Substitutionary and penal themes are found within the Patristic (and later) literature, but they are not used in a penal substitutionary sense until...
- (Christ punished instead of us) and substitutionary atonement (Christ suffers for us). Both affirm the substitutionary and vicarious nature of the atonement...
- generally subscribe to a particular view of the atonement called penal substitutionary atonement, which explains Christ's death as a sacrificial payment for...
- sins and new life. This is understood most commonly in terms of a substitutionary atonement, in which Christ died as a substitute for sinful humanity...
- hold a substitutionary view and in particular hold to the theory of penal substitution. Liberal Protestants typically reject substitutionary atonement...