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If sin is bondage, then Jesus is the redeemer, the victorious rescuer.If sin creates hostility, Jesus brings reconciliation.Just as sin is described in several ways, the work that Jesus did to remove our sins can also be described in several ways.If we think of sin as violations of law, we can think of the crucifixion as payment of a legal penalty.The Christian faith proclaims that at a specific time and place, the Son of God became flesh and lived among us.However, Jesus was such a remarkable person that some people even wondered whether he was human at all.It was preposterous—like saying that people could be saved by believing in an executed criminal. That was just the point—the Son of God died shamefully on a cross like a criminal, and then was he resurrected to glory!
Jesus was resurrected and taken to heaven so our sins could be removed.
Paul had probably thought long and hard about that question. He knew that God had approved this man as the Messiah.
But why would God allow his Anointed One to suffer a death the Scriptures call cursed?
When Paul preached in Corinth, he characterized his message not merely as proclaiming that Christ died, but that Christ died by crucifixion (1 Corinthians ).
In Galatia he may have used some visual aids: “Before your eyes Jesus Christ was clearly portrayed as crucified” (Galatians 3:1).