The Atonement is a provision of salvation. and as such is co-extensive in its sufficiency, with human sin. Redemption is the application of the atonement, or the actual salvation of those who believe, the one being provisional and unlimited, the other being actual and limited by election and regeneration.1

E.A. Lawrence, “Leonard Woods,” The Congregational Quarterly 1 (1859) : 521.


1Works, Vo1. 2. pp.499-527.

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