Crucifixion: The Science Behind the Christian Atonement by V.J. Moore

Crucifixion: The Science Behind the Christian Atonement

byV.J. Moore

Kobo ebook | July 27, 2014

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How does Jesus’ sacrifice on the Cross save us? In his Space Age Christianity series, author V. J. Moore offers a scientific explanation for how the Lord’s Passion saved the human race. Rejecting all approaches that involve mysticism, the supernatural, or theories of theology, Moore’s analysis puts forward solid scientific answers in what he calls “Atonement Biology.” In volume one of the series, Crucifixion, he investigates “the Biology of Crucifixion.” His analysis provides answers to 1) Why Jesus died on the Cross sooner than Pilate expected; 2) How crucifixion killed its victims and why the cause of death in Jesus’ case was so significant biologically; 3) What purpose the Crucifixion served and how it accomplished its goal; 4) How being scourged and carrying His Cross helped the Lord bring about our salvation; and 5) Why probing the Lord’s Body with a spear produced blood and water and how that result bears witness to the truth. In the second part, Moore examines Saint Paul’s discussion of “the two bodies” and concludes that one body is based on breathing and is for the Earth, while the other body is based on photosynthesis and is for Heaven. He maintains that the Crucifixion, Burial, and Resurrection were an identifiable procedure to transform the body for Earth into a body for Heaven, and that the procedure can be understood in terms of modern science. Always firmly rooted in Scripture, Moore’s analysis heralds a revolutionary advance in understanding for the Christian believer of the 21st century. Includes over 40 illustrations.

Title:Crucifixion: The Science Behind the Christian AtonementFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:July 27, 2014Publisher:V.J. MooreLanguage:English

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