Sabbath School Study Hour

Sabbath School Study Hour

Quarterly: Atonement and the Cross of Christ. You’ll get fresh and in-depth biblical insight from our popular Bible school program in time for your weekly lessons! (60 minutes). Get into the Bible and grow in your faith.

Duration: 60 minutes
Program Listings for Atonement and the Cross of Christ
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Born of a Woman - Atonement and the Incarnation

A look at Christ's nature both as God and man simultaneously give us insight into the atonement....

Benefits of Christ's Atoning Sacrifice

Christ's priestly work in the Heavenly sanctuary magnifies and solidifies what He did on Calvary's c...

United to Christ

The Bible describes the Christian's state of union with Christ as being "in Christ."...

Metaphors of Salvation

The Bible describes what Jesus did on the cross in a number of ways to demonstrate the mystery of th...

Atonement in Symbols: Part 1

The atonement, as well as other aspects of how we relate to God, were demonstrated through symbols a...

The Fall Into Sin

Our world is full of sin and death because of a single act of rebellion that occurred a long time ag...

Atonement and the Divine Initiative

The atonement is God's plan to rescue fallen humanity and restore us to our rightful place in the un...

God's Nature: The Basis of Atonement

A study of the atonement must begin with a study on the nature of God Himself....

Atonement and Universal Harmony

God will bring the great controversy to a close by eradicating sin forever and recreating the earth ...

Atonement at the Cross

By exploring Jesus' experience leading to and at the cross, we can better understand what He did for...

Atonement in Symbols: Part 2

The role of the sanctuary priests and the annual Day of Atonement reveal more about God's atonement ...

Atonement Announced

God first proclaimed the atonement through the coming Messiah in Genesis 3. He repeated this promise...

Cosmic Crisis: The Disruption of God's Established Order

We need an atonement because of the existence of sin. This study explores the origin of sin....

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