AtonementBy: Gabriel N. E. Fluhrer
|Publisher||Presbyterian and Reformed|
Specifically, it is about the blood of Jesus Christ's atonement. Atonement, a word coined by the sixteenth-century reformer and Bible translator William Tyndale, describes the solution to the offence toward God caused by human sin. It signifies the reconciliation and restoration between God and man provided by Christ's death. The entire message of salvation comes close to being encapsulated in this one word.