Friday, May 04, 2007

The centrality of penal substitution

Talking about The Cross at The Coffee Bible Club...

"Penal substitution has to be "central" for me because I read my bible. That may sound like a ridiculously blank statement, so I'll explain what I mean... I don't think that penal substitution normally gets pushed out of the picture on its own. What normally happens is that parts of God's character get pushed out of the picture. This particularly happens when the story of the Old Testament gets sidelined."

Sam Shearn - No room for despair

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