A teologia de José Bates acerca da expiação e salvação
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José Bates
salvação
expiação.

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Zukowski, J. (2010). A teologia de José Bates acerca da expiação e salvação. Kerygma, 6(2), 4-31. Recuperado de https://revistas.unasp.edu.br/kerygma/article/view/166

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Este estudo analisa o entendimento de José Bates, um dos principais pioneiros do movimento Adventista do Sétimo Dia, referente a doutrina da expiação no plano da salvação. Toda sua teologia é colocada em um esquema profético fazendo necessário estudar seu entendimento em expiação e salvação dentro desta estrutura, pois ele via tanto a expiação como a salvação como sendo um processo e não um ato pontilhar. Para Bates, o trabalho de Cristo em favor da humanidade é feito em duas fases sendo a primeira o perdão dos pecados e a última a purificação dos mesmos. O pioneiro não se preocupava em explicar este processo de expiação em duas fases, pois colocava salvação e expiação como parte integral do grande contexto histórico profético no conflito entre o bem e o mal. Bates defendia a importância da obediência à lei de Deus principalmente no tempo do fim neste trabalho de purificação de caráter, mas cria que o homem é salvo pela graça e não pela obediência da lei.

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