Moltmann, Calvin and the Cross

April 26, 2011

The doctrine of penal substitutionary atonement is not exactly fashionable these days, so perhaps making its exoneration the topic of one’s first post on a blog is rather inadvisable. Yet whatever a person’s opinion of the doctrine may be, it’s only reasonable to spend a bit of time wading through some of the caricatures in order to face up to the most robust treatments on offer, at which point a critic may begin properly to criticize and an adherent may begin to draw from such resources for contemporary restatement.

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2 responses to Moltmann, Calvin and the Cross

  1. confused

  2. Sometimes, I think there is a direct correlation between intelligence and incoherence.