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  • ...s to exist in every [[culture]] and every [[religion]], although the word "atonement" itself, comprised of two parts, "at" and "onement," was coined in Christen ... in that it has Christ killed vicariously as an ultimate sacrifice for our atonement with [[God]], while other cultures and religions don't have their respectiv
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  • ...sh law and promulgating doctrines such as Christ's death on the cross as [[atonement]] for sin, Jesus as the Son of God, and the [[Trinity]], which were deeply ... [[Son of man]] came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life a ransom for many. (Matt. 20:25-28, NRSV)
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  • ...hurch.<ref>[[Pope John Paul II]]'s [http://www.catholicculture.org/library/view.cfm?recnum=5660 Angelus Message] Retrieved July 14, 2008.</ref> ...lds a non-juridical view of sin, by contrast to the satisfaction view of [[atonement]] for sin as articulated in the West, firstly by [[Anselm of Canterbury]] (
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