Imputation of sin and Adventism

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Adventism based on the sanctuary ritual binds that the system of imputation of sin can only be managed to the producer of sin, since the term impute is bound to judgment 1 .

In the ritual of the sanctuary for atonement man transfers his sin to the lamb, until this moment there is no judgment, so the biblical imputation system "????????? - logizomai" 2 does not occur , but if it is in the idea of ??the term directly from the dictionary of the Portuguese language we could use imputed, but not in the biblical term.

So the lamb receives the sins for atonement, that sin is transferred to the Priest by eating the flesh of the lamb, so it is part of the sin, but still the judgment does not occur, the blood is sprinkled on the sanctuary, and it receives the sins. sins, after that once a year occurs the Yom Kippur, the day of atonement. The term atonement is the plural of the term atone, that is, during the year there was the unitary atonement, that day is the atonement of everything. Note that sin during the year was being allocated in the tabernacle and now needs to be atoned for, see that the atonement does not annul sin only transfers it to Azazel,

Thus Adventism determines that the atonement is made with Azazel, and he is not killed, that is, no further remission of sins occurs. Remission is the sending of sins, that is, the blood generates the movement of sins. But Azazel is not slain in the sanctuary, and thus there is no remission. Azazel, is not offered as a sacrifice, it is not put on the altar, that is, it remains with sin. And there the sanctuary is cleansed.

Had there been any determination that Adventism would determine that sin is imputed in Christ in the biblical sense "????????? - logizomai" 2 , there would be no sin for Azazel, since God's decision was irremediable, or God would judge by Justice that Jesus would be guilty of sin , which could not occur, since this would not be justice. In fact every shrine manages atonement and not imputation.

Some people by factors of ignorance or quest to create illusions about Adventism seek terms that are not built up in exhaustive study analyzes, and goes on to say that the whole church has a doctrine when it takes only one or two terms using imputation, with a logic of the English dictionary, or Portuguese. Now the Adventist church does not manage among its doctrines the concept of imputation since it rules in diverse contents that Azazel is imputed the sin. So a person who seeks to say the opposite is looking for people who have not correctly understood the biblical term, and comes to say that these people is the doctrine of the church, which shows that such a person is irrational.

For example where will God throw away our sins? The text says " Thou shalt cast all our sins in the depths of the sea, " 7 would Jesus' other name be the depths of the sea? Of course not. Depths of the sea is also called the abyss. " They had the angel of the abyss as their king, whose name is Abaddon in Hebrew, and in Greek, Apollon. " 8 Again, what we have is that sins are as they are cast in Azazel, since Jesus is not synonymous with abyss.

EGW quotes - "Although sin was charged to his account on our behalf, yet he became perfectly sinless." (Sin was charged to his account on our behalf, but he remained perfectly sinless. {ST May 30, 1895 , par. 6}) " 9 , That is, as it happens, that Jesus bears the sins but he is not guilty of them. That is, he can represent the man as a lawyer without being guilty, if he were guilty he would not be a lawyer, but would need a lawyer. The definition is clear by EGW - " It was a voluntary sacrifice that he made. His life was of sufficient value to rescue man from his fallen condition. (No obligation was placed upon him to perform the work of atonement.) It was a voluntary sacrifice that he made, his life was of sufficient value to redeem man from his fallen condition. "10 That is, the work of Christ was atonement, not the judgment of justice that would blame an innocent.
 

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References

  1. ROM 4: 7 Blessed are they whose iniquities are forgiven, and whose sins are covered. 
    Rom 4: 8 Blessed is the man to whom the Lord will not impute sin.
  2. G3049 
    ????????? 
    logizomai 
    log-id'-zom-ahee 
    Middle voice from G3056; to take an inventory, that is, estimate (literally or figuratively): - conclude, (ac-)
  3. Lev 23:27 And the tenth day of the seventh month shall be the day of atonement; ye shall have a holy convocation, and afflict your souls; and ye shall offer an offering made by fire unto the LORD.
  4. H3725 
    ??????? 
    kippûr 
    kip-poor ' 
    From H3722; expiation (only in plural): - atonement.
  5. Lev_16: 10 But the goat upon which to lay the lot for Azazel shall be made alive before Jehovah, to make atonement with him to send him into the wilderness unto Azazel.
  6. Heb_9: 22 And most things, according to the law, are cleansed with blood; and without shedding of blood there is no remission.
  7.  Version: Portuguese: João Ferreira de King James Version 
    Micah 7:19 again have compassion on us; he will tread down our iniquities, and cast all our sins into the depths of the sea. 
    Version: Portuguese: King James Version 
    Micah 7:19 will again have compassion on us; he will tread down our iniquities. Thou shalt cast all our sins into the depths of the sea. 
    Version: Portuguese: King James and Revised Fixed, loyal 
    Micah 7:19 will again have compassion on us; He will subdue our iniquities, and you will cast all your sins into the depths of the sea. 
    Version: English: New International Version
    Micah 7:19 And thou shalt have pity on us again; You will tread our wickedness and cast all our sins into the depths of the sea.
  8. Rev 9:11 And the angel of the abyss was king over him, whose name is Abaddon in the Hebrew tongue, and in the Greek name Apollyon.
  9. It is only through faith in Christ that sinners may have the righteousness of Christ imputed unto them, and that they may be "made the righteousness of God in him." Our sins were laid on Christ, punished in Christ, put away by Christ, in order that his righteousness might be imputed to us, who walk after the flesh, but after the Spirit. Although I was not charged to his account on my behalf, I have become perfectly sinless. ST May 30, 1895, par. 6} It is only through faith in Christ that sinners may have the righteousness of Christ imputed to them, and that they may be "made the righteousness of God in him." Our sins were placed upon Christ, punished in Christ, distanced by Christ, so that his righteousness may be imputed to us, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. Although sin was charged to his account in our name, but he remained perfectly sinless. ST May 30, 1895, par. 6)
  10. The divine Son of God was the only sacrifice of sufficient value to fully satisfy the claims of God's perfect law. The angels were sinless, but of less value than the law of God. They were amenable to law. They were messengers to the will of Christ, and before him to bow. They were created beings, and probationers. Upon Christ no requirements were laid. I had power to lay down his life, and to take it again. No obligation was laid upon him to undertake the work of atonement. It was a voluntary sacrifice that I made. His life was of sufficient value to rescue man from his fallen condition. {2SP 10.1} - The divine Son of God was the only sacrifice of sufficient value to fully satisfy the claims of God's perfect law. The angels were without sin, but of lesser value than the law of God. They were lawful. They were messengers to do the will of Christ, and before he bowed. They were created beings, and trainees. Upon Christ there are requirements have been established. He had the power to give life, and take it again. No obligation was placed upon him to perform the work of atonement. It was a voluntary sacrifice he made. His life was of enough value to rescue man from his fallen condition. {2SP 10.1}
  11. The Son of God endured the wrath of God against sin. All the accumulated without the world was laid upon the Sin-bearer, the One who was innocent, the One who alone could be the propitiation for sin, because he himself was obedient. He was one with God. Not a taint of corruption was upon him. Yet "being in the form of God," he "thought it not robbery to be equal with God; but he himself was of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men; and being found in fashion as a man, he humbled himself, and became obedient unto death, even the death of the cross. "" For it became him, for whom are all things, and by whom are all things, in bringing many sounds to glory, to make the Captain of his salvation perfect through sufferings .... For verily he took not on him the nature of angels; but he took on the seed of Abraham. Wherefore in all things it behooved him to be made like unto his brethren, that he might be a merciful and faithful high priest in things pertaining to God, to make reconciliation for the sins of the people. For in that he has himself been tempted, he is able to succor them that are tempted. "{ST December 9, 1897, par. 6)

     

 

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