Spurgeon on the Doctrine of Atonement

“The doctrine of atonement is one of the surest proofs of the inspiration of Scripture. Who could or would have thought of the just Ruler dying for the unjust rebel? This is no teaching of human mythology, or dream of poetical imagination. This method of expiation is only known among men because it is fact; fiction could not have devised it. God Himself ordained it; it is not a matter which could be imagined.”

Charles Spurgeon, All of Grace, pg. 14-15

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