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A Biblical-Theological Investigation of Christ's Priesthood and Covenant Mediation with Respect to the Extent of the Atonement

@inproceedings{Schrock2013ABI,
  title={A Biblical-Theological Investigation of Christ's Priesthood and Covenant Mediation with Respect to the Extent of the Atonement},
  author={David Schrock},
  year={2013}
}
A BIBLICAL-THEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF CHRIST’S PRIESTHOOD AND COVENANT MEDIATION WITH RESPECT TO THE EXTENT OF THE ATONEMENT David Stephen Schrock The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2013 Chair: Dr. Stephen J. Wellum This dissertation argues that a biblical theology of the priestly mediation of the new covenant is necessary for understanding the extent of the atonement and that such a study will result in a clear affirmation of definite atonement. Chapter 1 shows how theologians have… Expand
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