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    EPUB is an ebook file format Andrews, Scotland, UK This book plugs a gap in the recent avalanche of writing about the atonement In reviewing the origins of various theories of the atonement, including very recent ones, it highlights both the enduring value and provisionality of all such models that grapple with the central truth that Christ died for us It is a surprisingly informative and accessible survey that is not afraid to question some taken for granted assumptions Its forays into recent popular views give it added value This will prove a very useful book to those concerned about the atonement, even where they may differ from some of its evaluations Derek Tidball, London School of Theology, Middlesex, UKBen Pugh is Lecturer in Theology at Cliff College, UK He is the author of The King of the Jews."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 234 pages
  • Atonement Theories: A Way through the Maze
  • Ben Pugh
  • English
  • 13 March 2018

10 thoughts on “Atonement Theories: A Way through the Maze

  1. says:

    4.5 stars This is a very good guide to the various theories of the atonement and the broader categories that they may be organized into I can t give this the full review it deserves due to time However, this is well worth reading and I highly recommend it particularly to those who militantly defend one particular view of the atonement and which defense necessarily involves attacking the others Pugh advocates a view of the atonement that receives the best and most biblical from all the pers 4.5 stars This is a very good guide to the various theories of the atonement and the broader categories that they may be organized into I can t give this the full review it deserves due to time However, this is well worth reading and I highly recommend it particularly to those who militantly defend one particular view of the atonement and which defense necessarily involves attacking the others Pugh advocates a view of the atonement that receives the best and most biblical from all the perspectives out there, and holds it all together by approaching the atonement in light of the incarnation and Chalcedonian Christology Only in this way, says Pugh, can a model of the atonement remain Christ centered and not gravitate toward a doctrine that speaks either overly objectively about particular attributes of God, or overly subjectively about particular needs of humanity In Christ, his total person as the God man, and in his total life and ministry, is the meaning of the atonement truly found the reconciling and uniting of sinful humanity with a holy and loving God


  2. says:

    Good historical overview However, his contributions and views are not supported well.


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