What is the doctrine of substitution?


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Shea S. Michael Houdmann Supporter Got Questions Ministries
Substitution is one of the major themes of the Bible. God instituted the principle of substitution in the Garden of Eden when Adam and Eve sinned. By killing an animal to cover their nakedness (Gen...

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Mini Mamdouh Tawadros
The substitution includes the “people of God.” It used to be the Israelites, but now all nations who believe in him and act according to his teachings, as well as the laws of Moses, are his people. The Israelites received his blessings and promises, yes, but that means nothing to them if they don’t come forward into our Lord’s flock.

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