There’s No Substitute for Ken Pulliam’s Post on Atonement

If you think the pun in the title of this post is lame, you’ll be glad I decided not to make the one about being “atone deaf.”

Ken Pulliam has been blogging about problems with the penal substitution theory of atonement. Yesterday he interacted with and shared parts of a post of mine on that topic. Read it and find out what he and I agree about and what we disagree about.

I should also mention James Bradford Pate’s post, inspired by comments on Ken’s post. It focuses on the “been there, done that” argument.

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