(The featured image has nothing to do with anything. But it’s necessary all the same.)
So often if you’re someone like myself that grew up going to church or hearing general Christian things, the phrases that we hear all the time today kind of just pass by us without thinking about what they mean. Sometimes I wonder though, for someone who isn’t a Christian or has just recently become a Christian, these are new concepts. So we may say that “Jesus died for our sins”, but…
What the heck does that even mean?
Featured on my blog today is a brief apologetical explanation of what it means for Jesus to die for our sins. Even I wonder sometimes not necessarily WHY He did it, but rather HOW He did it or even why he had to do it. Dr. David Pendergrass addresses this question: