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44911946 Saviour of the World Jack Sequeira Word 2003

44911946 Saviour of the World Jack Sequeira Word 2003

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Published by Slawomir Gromadzki
INCARNATION, SIN, SALVATION, SAVIOUR, SAVIOR, DEATH, EVIL, NATURE, CARNAL, SANCTIFICATION, ROMAS, GOSPEL, HUMAN NATURE, FALLEN, SINFUL NATURE, JESUS, CHRIST, SANCTIFICATION
INCARNATION, SIN, SALVATION, SAVIOUR, SAVIOR, DEATH, EVIL, NATURE, CARNAL, SANCTIFICATION, ROMAS, GOSPEL, HUMAN NATURE, FALLEN, SINFUL NATURE, JESUS, CHRIST, SANCTIFICATION

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SAVIOUR OF THE WORLDThe humanity of Christ in the light of the everlasting gospelJACK SEQUEIRA"The humanity of the Son of God," penned Ellen G. White, "is everything to us. .. . This is to be our study" (Selected Messages, 1:244). Unfortunately, Seventh-day Adventists are divided on that very subject. What kind of human nature didChrist assume in order to be the Saviour of the World? One group insists that Christ took our fallen sinful nature as we know it; the other teaches that the spiritual side of Christ's human nature was like that of Adam before the Fall. Intothis ongoing discussion steps one of our church's foremost teachers on righteousness by faith, Pastor Jack Sequeira. "I have written this book," Pastor Sequeira says, "not to add to the controversy that is now raging in regard to what kindof human nature Christ assumed at the Incarnation, nor to present arguments towin a debate. I have written to men and women who sincerely desire to know the truth as it is in Christ so that their Christian experience may be one of peace,joy, hope, and victory, thus glorifying their Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. "Further, I have written this book for those who are seeking answers, facts, and explanations concerning this most important subject. What is the everlasting gospel God raised up the advent movement to proclaim to humanity in its global mission? Are we just another denomination? Or are we a prophetic people with a prophetic mission?" Saviour of the World presents the human nature of Christ in the light of the full and complete gospel, the light that God gave the church in the 1888 message.
 
All Scripture quotations are taken from the New King James Version (NKJV) unlessindicated. Other versions of the Bible cited include: the Good News Bible (GNB), the Revised Standard Version (RSV), New International Version (NIV), and the New Jerusalem Bible (NJB).ContentsPrologue ............................................................................................................ ........................................... 3 Chapter 1 – Salvation Defined ............................................................................................................. 4 Chapter 2 – That "Most Precious Message" .................................................................................. 11 Chapter 3 – Christ, Our Sympathetic High Priest ........................................................................ 16 Chapter 4– The Truth As It Is in Christ .......................................................................................... 19 Chapter 5 – The Two Humanities—1 .............................................................................................. 28 Chapter 6 – The Two Humanities— 2 .............................................................................................. 36 Chapter 7 – The Cross of Christ .......................................................................................................... 45 Chapter 8 – "O Wretched Man That I Am!" .................................................................................... 50 Chapter 9 – Redeemed From the Law of Sin ................................................................................. 54 Chapter 10 – A Brief History ............................................................................................................... . 61 Chapter 11 – Views of Modern Scholarship .................................................................................. 66 Chapter 12 – The Significance of Christ's Humanity to Us ..................................................... 72 Chapter 13 – Christ, Our Redeemer ..................................................................................................79 Chapter 14 – Christ, the Believers' Example ................................................................................ 85 Chapter 15 – Objections Considered— 1 ........................................................................................ 912
 
Chapter 16 – Objections Considered— 2 ........................................................................................ 98 Chapter 17 – Jesus Christ, the God-Man Saviour ........................................................................ 104 Chapter 18 – The Fall and Restoration of Man ............................................................................ 109 Chapter 19 – The Three Angels'Messages .................................................................................... 114 Epilogue ............................................................................................................ ............................................ 121PrologueAbout the time that the Seventh-day Adventist Church was arising in midnineteenth century America, the doctrine of dispensationalism was also being formulated.Popularized by the Scofield Bible, this teaching went on to become widely accepted among certain segments of conservative Christianity in America and elsewhere.Dispensationalism divides all of human history into a handful of distinct timeperiods, or "dispensations." One of these, the period from Moses to Christ, is called the dispensation of the Old Covenant. According to this teaching, the human race was placed under the authority of the law during the dispensation of theOld Covenant, but with the coming of Christ, the Old Covenant was abolished. Thelaw, dispensationalists say, was nailed to the cross and replaced by the New Covenant of salvation by grace alone. Thus, they teach that the law is no longer binding on the Christian who lives under grace. Our Adventist pioneers tried to counteract this false teaching, especially in view of the importance they placedon restoring the Sabbath truth of the fourth commandment. As a result, these early Adventists began to emphasize the law and the Christian's need for obedienceto it. Eventually, this3

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