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Belgic Confession Article 21: The Work of Atonement
What Machen Meant
This article explains what J. Gresham Machen meant when he said shortly before his death, "Thankful for the active obedience of Christ. No hope without it."
The Suffering Servant
The author identifies the obedience of Christ as the most inclusive concept available for describing the redeeming work of Christ. This obedience is normally divided into two parts: active obedience and passive obedience.
The Bearer of Iniquity
What did Christ accomplish for us by his active obedience and passive obedience? This article notes four things in answer to this question: Christ accomplished expiation, propitiation, reconciliation, and redemption. In the process, the author attempts to explain these terms and their individual meanings within the context of Christ's atonement.
A Complete Savior
If You Want to Enter Life, Keep the Commandments
This article shows that we need both the active obedience and passive obedience of Christ for our salvation. Christians are also called to obey God actively and passively. We need God's help in order to live a Christian life and do His will.
Luke 2:21 - "He was called Jesus"
This article on Luke 2:21 is about Jesus Christ as Saviour. The passive obedience and the active obedience of Jesus Christ is also discussed, as well as the circumcision of Jesus Christ.