Macleods understanding of what christs atonement accomplishes and encompasses is not limited to that of penal substitution he presents a full orbed view of atonement in connection with and under the headings of reconciliation gods way of peace ch 7 satisfaction enough to justify forgiveness ch 8 redemption setting the prisoners free ch 10 and victory disarming the powers ch 11 in short macleod provides a fulsome and variegated perspective of the atonement that . The biblical explanation is the atonement the crucified one was the son of god acting and suffering in cooperation with god the father and god the holy spirit the crucifixion of jesus christ is presented in all four gospels and occupies considerable space in the overall narrative. Christ crucified is a new incredibly helpful book on understanding the atonement from the incredibly theologically equipped mind of donald macleod macleod taught systematic theology at the free church of scotland college in ediburgh scotland from 1978 2011 and shares and shows his wisdom in christ crucified. Macleod defends the view that the atonement of christ was necessary for the holy and righteous god to forgive sinful humans the cross was a trinitarian transaction in which the divine father directed his righteous anger against sin towards his son who willingly offered himself as a sacrifice and thus received the full punishment of the curse that was due to sinners in this divine act therefore god not only provided the substitute who took the punishment in place of sinners but he . The biblical explanation is the atonement the crucified one was the son of god acting and suffering in cooperation with god the father and god the holy spirit the crucifixion of jesus christ is presented in all four gospels and occupies considerable space in the overall narrative the death of this one person has universal inclusive and cosmic significance because in him the creator acts and suffers this is the primary answer to the scandal of particularity there is also a special
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