Kitchen Table Theology

049 Propitiation

March 14, 2021 Pastor Jeff Cranston Season 2 Episode 49
Kitchen Table Theology
049 Propitiation
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Kitchen Table Theology
049 Propitiation
Mar 14, 2021 Season 2 Episode 49
Pastor Jeff Cranston

“If the Lord did not get angry at sin, we could not affirm the other biblical teachings about his righteousness, goodness, or holiness. If he was not wrathful towards the unjust, these character traits would be hollow indeed.” Dr. R.C Sproul

In this episode, Pastor Jeff Cranston and Jen Denton will be continuing the study of "The Doctrine of Atonement", and we will be specifically looking at the topic of propitiation. Through this podcast, we try to make theology understandable and also applicable to our daily life. Please keep listening to the end of the podcast because we have a huge announcement to share.

Let’s dig in as we discuss the propitiation and the wrath of God.

[00:01 - 05:49] Opening Segment

  • Jen talks about the topic of today’s episode.
  • Jen and Pastor Jeff talk about the Show Notes.
  • Pastor Jeff shares an illustration to explain the doctrine of propitiation.

[05:50 - 13:34] The Propitiation

  • The definition of propitiation 
  • Pastor Jeff shares a true story about the wrath of God.
    • A hymn was being taken out of the hymnal because of a line in the lyric.
  • Many of the 21st century Church does not believe that God displays wrath, let alone gets angry.
  • Pastor Jeff talks about a Latin phrase ‘Iram Dei placare

 [13:35 - 22:59] The Wrath Of God 

  • Pastor Jeff talks about the wrath of God.
    • The wrath has to be applied, and something or someone has to absorb that wrath.
  • The various Bible translations of the word ‘propitiation’ and its correlation to Atonement.
  • Propitiation points us to a violent death. 
    • The wrath of God unmitigated 
  • Pastor Jeff gives some quiz questions to break down the meaning of propitiation. 
    • If you lose propitiation, you lose the gospel.
  • Jen and Pastor Jeff talk about some Scriptures regarding propitiation.
  • Pastor Jeff shares three truths to summarize the effects of propitiation.

[23:00 - 24:58] Closing Segment

  • Jen talks about the topic of the next episode, which will be our 50th episode.
  • Thank you for listening! Please share this podcast with your friends and family.
  • Final words from Pastor Jeff and Jen.


Tweetable Quotes:

“If the Lord did not get angry at sin, we could not affirm the other biblical teachings about his righteousness, goodness, or holiness. If he was not wrathful towards the unjust, these character traits would be hollow indeed.” Dr. R.C Sproul

Because Christ died, Gods’ justice is now satisfied, His wrath has been turned away, and His mercy is now freely available to anyone who wants it” - Pastor Jeff Cranston.


Bible Verses and Other Sources Mentioned:

 

 

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Remember, the real power of theology is not only knowing it but applying it. Thanks for listening!

Show Notes

“If the Lord did not get angry at sin, we could not affirm the other biblical teachings about his righteousness, goodness, or holiness. If he was not wrathful towards the unjust, these character traits would be hollow indeed.” Dr. R.C Sproul

In this episode, Pastor Jeff Cranston and Jen Denton will be continuing the study of "The Doctrine of Atonement", and we will be specifically looking at the topic of propitiation. Through this podcast, we try to make theology understandable and also applicable to our daily life. Please keep listening to the end of the podcast because we have a huge announcement to share.

Let’s dig in as we discuss the propitiation and the wrath of God.

[00:01 - 05:49] Opening Segment

  • Jen talks about the topic of today’s episode.
  • Jen and Pastor Jeff talk about the Show Notes.
  • Pastor Jeff shares an illustration to explain the doctrine of propitiation.

[05:50 - 13:34] The Propitiation

  • The definition of propitiation 
  • Pastor Jeff shares a true story about the wrath of God.
    • A hymn was being taken out of the hymnal because of a line in the lyric.
  • Many of the 21st century Church does not believe that God displays wrath, let alone gets angry.
  • Pastor Jeff talks about a Latin phrase ‘Iram Dei placare

 [13:35 - 22:59] The Wrath Of God 

  • Pastor Jeff talks about the wrath of God.
    • The wrath has to be applied, and something or someone has to absorb that wrath.
  • The various Bible translations of the word ‘propitiation’ and its correlation to Atonement.
  • Propitiation points us to a violent death. 
    • The wrath of God unmitigated 
  • Pastor Jeff gives some quiz questions to break down the meaning of propitiation. 
    • If you lose propitiation, you lose the gospel.
  • Jen and Pastor Jeff talk about some Scriptures regarding propitiation.
  • Pastor Jeff shares three truths to summarize the effects of propitiation.

[23:00 - 24:58] Closing Segment

  • Jen talks about the topic of the next episode, which will be our 50th episode.
  • Thank you for listening! Please share this podcast with your friends and family.
  • Final words from Pastor Jeff and Jen.


Tweetable Quotes:

“If the Lord did not get angry at sin, we could not affirm the other biblical teachings about his righteousness, goodness, or holiness. If he was not wrathful towards the unjust, these character traits would be hollow indeed.” Dr. R.C Sproul

Because Christ died, Gods’ justice is now satisfied, His wrath has been turned away, and His mercy is now freely available to anyone who wants it” - Pastor Jeff Cranston.


Bible Verses and Other Sources Mentioned:

 

 

Join the Conversation

We love your feedback! If you enjoyed this episode, leave us a review. If you have any questions or comments on today’s episode, email me at [email protected]

Visit my website jeffcranston.com and subscribe to my newsletter. Join me on Sunday mornings at LowCountry Community Church

Check-in with us on Facebook or Instagram @pastorjeffcranston.

Remember, the real power of theology is not only knowing it but applying it. Thanks for listening!