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Penal Substitution – An Essential Doctrine? Jesse Morrell

Click Here for FREE Christian Theology Books Is the Penal Substitution Theory of the Atonement an Essential Doctrine, like Calvinists claim? Augustine did not believe in Penal Substitution, because that theory didn’t exist yet, and yet Calvinists never call Augustine … Continue reading

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Is the Atonement of Christ Justice? How the Atonement of Christ Satisfied Public Justice, not Retributive Justice by Jesse Morrell

Click Here for FREE Christian Theology Books Is the Atonement of Christ Justice? How the Atonement of Christ Satisfied Public Justice, not Retributive Justice A Critique of Penal Substitution  By Jesse Morrell  By definition, the punishment of the innocent instead … Continue reading

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The Disposition of the Father in the Atonement of the Son | Jesse Morrell

THE DISPOSITION OF THE FATHER IN THE ATONEMENT OF THE SON We should not view the atonement as God the Father being so angry with mankind that He is about to send them all to hell eagerly, but then the … Continue reading

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“My atonement is more substitutionary than yours” – Vicarious Substitutionary Atonement – Penal vs Governmental | Jesse Morrell

THE GOVERNMENTAL VIEW IS MORE SUBSTITUTIONARY THAN THE PENAL THEORY If you deserve penalty and Christ took that penalty, that is only one substitution – Christ is your substitute in suffering the penalty you deserve. But if the atonement substitutes … Continue reading

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Calvinist Contradiction: Double Jeopardy

CALVINIST CONTRADICTION: DOUBLE JEOPARDY By Jesse Morrell http://www.OpenAirOutreach.com Calvinists charge Arminianism with a “double jeopardy”: Custance said: “No man can be held accountable for a debt that has already been paid for on his behalf to the satisfaction of the … Continue reading

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