Justin Taylor helpfully points to some quotes from N. T.Wright that seem to clearly affirm a penal substitutionary view of the atonement. I am left, though, with two questions from the article Wright published earlier in the week.
1. Why then does he respond so very negatively to the new book Pierced For Our Transgressions?
2. Does Steve Chalke really believe what Wright does despite his clear condemnation of all forms of PSA?