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substitution

In appraisal,the principle that the value of property may be determined by examining the sales prices of similar properties sold in the past.The theory is that a buyer would be indifferent to the substitution and either property would be acceptable.

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Inclusive Atonement: The substitutionary atonement of Christ is effective and available for every person.
Finally, Milton explains how the Arian Christ which Chaplin finds inimical to substitutionary atonement effects precisely just such an atonement that for most of Milton's contemporaries required full Godhead.
Taxes on gambling activities should also be lower if they have complementary effects on other industries, and higher if they have substitutionary effects.
That's why he believes penal substitutionary atonement is essential.
2000), the substitutionary relationship tends to take place if horizontal OFDI occurs between countries that are similar in terms of relative endowments and size and when trade costs are moderate to high.
For Christians, this involves telling the truth about what has been done (confession/repentance) and asking for God's forgiveness based on the substitutionary death of Christ.
While the lessons might lead some to other kinds of atonement understandings, the most popular of which is the theory of substitutionary atonement (Jesus takes the punishment that we deserve), none of these are finally as satisfying as the understanding that we find God precisely where God cannot be, in our own weakness and death.
A: This is the same crowd that takes pleasure at blaspheming Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary, and the substitutionary atonement of Christ at Calvary in the orthodox Christian understanding.
At the end, they suggested a few codified plans for reviving the region to be accomplished with the legal requisites and substitutionary policies.
Vicarious substitutionary atonement means that Christ dies "in our place.
According to Austin, the usual model views authority as substitutionary, needed only when things are not going well.
Within a generation of Jesus' death, substitutionary atonement appeared as a possible explanation.