he suffered died and was buried

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Outline “He suffered, died, and was buried” I. Paul’s letter to the Galatians a. Opposition between spirit and flesh b. Gnostic? c. Meaning of suffering in the Christian tradition? II. Marthaler on salvation and suffering a. Possible ways of thinking about salvation and suffering in the Christian tradition i. emphasis on humanity of Jesus ii. paschal lamb sacrifice Gospel of John; legs not broken like Passover lamb (Exodus) Death is: 1. A sacrifice, 2. A bloody sacrifice, 3. Sacrifice of liberation for followers of Jesus, Just like Exodus sacrifice iii. fulfillment of OT prophecies Real sacrifice, not just substitute iv. redemption/ransom Free us from sins v. theory of satisfaction (Anselm of Canterbury) We did wrong to God, but we can’t offer adequate satisfaction back to God, so Jesus is the only being who can make adequate satisfaction to God vi. the “hyper” formula Saves us because he loves us more than because he suffered Expression of Love Salvation comes because God comes to us, not us going to God
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2011 for the course THEO 100 taught by Professor Scine during the Spring '08 term at Saint Louis.

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