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The Wrath of God Was Satisfied: Substitutionary Atonement and the Conservative Resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention

Current controversy over the nature of Christ's atonement for sin points to a truth many younger evangelicals may not know, i.e., the substitutionary nature of Christ's death on the cross was a major issue in the Conservative Resurgence that took place within the Southern Baptist Convention in the last quarter of the twentieth century....

August 12, 2013



The Cross of Christ: Where Mercy and Justice Meet

Has it ever occurred to you that the doctrine of penal substitution makes God "sound like a psychopath"? Well, it has to Jeffrey John, Church of England cleric and current Dean of St. Albans. John's recent comments on BBC Radio demand that we once again examine the centrality of Christ's atoning work to the gospel....

April 5, 2007


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