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and the truth of His sin-hating justice in passing by others in order that they receive the just punishment their sins deserve, as a warning to all."
Which of Christ's parables relate an example of unjust murmuring against a master who dealt justly and fairly with all of his servants, but gave extra, gracious payments to others? What lesson does this parable teach?
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The term "limited atonement" refers to Christ's atoning work being paid for the ransom of all His elect. The nature of Jesus' atonement is not limited but its saving application is limited to God's children. Jesus' death does not atone for all the sins of all people. "Particular redemption" has a similar meaning, i.e., that Christ's redemptive work was for His Church, for the particular individuals who will be saved. Those chosen by the Father in election are redeemed by Christ the Son. For this reason He came into the world to suffer and die, to pay the full price of sin for them.include "../doctrineincs/regufont.html"; ?>
The chart below contrasts the main beliefs of Calvinism and Arminianism regarding limited atonement.
The following scriptural references are examples which verify the truth of the three Calvinistic statements in the preceding chart.