It’s a sort of tricky question. How does Barth understand Penal Substitution? I was once told that Barth definitely saw … Continue reading Does Karl Barth Hold to a Version of Penal Substitution?
Yesterday we took a brief look at a quote from Edwards that has been spun into a rather interesting theory … Continue reading Jonathan Edwards Week – Edwards and Atonement (Pt. 2)
Atonement is both penal and substitutionary – here is John Webster on what is happening on the cross: He becomes, … Continue reading Atonement is Penal and Substitutionary
[This is the final “Atonement Week” blog post.] This past Thursday and Friday I attended The 3rd annual Los Angeles … Continue reading Locating Atonement
Penal substitution takes a lot of flack these days. Many of the objections that come up against PSA have focused … Continue reading Penal Substitution? Two Objections and Responses
Christmas is the best time of the year to make lists! Santa Claus is checking his list of kids who … Continue reading Top Ten Books of 2014
A lot of criticisms leveled against penal substitution (PSA) are based upon the fact that PSA is far to commercial … Continue reading Geerhardus Vos on Atonement