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“I started The Remnant Radio in July of 2017. I wanted to produce a theology broadcast that was entertaining, relevant, and inspiring. I tried to imagine something that would educates believers in biblical theology and a christian worldview while not boring anyone to sleep. Now, we have been called a lot of things, but boring is not among them. Remnant Radio produce weekly videos on various theological topics with different guests every week. One week we may have a Calvinist on discussing eternal security, the next week we may have an Anglican bishop discussing Apostolic succession, the week after that we might have someone talking about the gift of tongues. We don’t always agree with the views of our guests and we don’t expect that you will always agree either, but we are brothers in Christ and we agree to humbly approach God’s word so we can better understand it together. ” – JOSHUA LEWIS

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Prolegomena for the Atonement

Meaning of the Term: Atonement The theological meaning of the word can be explained by a simple cliché that is at the same time accurate, atonement means “at-one-ment”; to atone is to reconcile a broken relationship on behalf of another. The state of being at one or...