From Plato to Glory: Michael S. Horton interviews N. T. Wright

Thursday, 01 Mar 2018

Ask any Sunday school scholar why Jesus died on the cross, and you’re likely to get the same answer: “For our sins!” There’s no question that penal substitution and propitiation get a lot of air time in confessional Protestant circles. If there’s one thing the reformational church is known for, it’s a keen awareness of the depth of humanity’s depravity (and, if we’re honest, a strong distaste for anything that sounds like unwarranted self-love). While it’s certainly true that Christ’s sacrifice at Calvary did pay the price for our sins and ...

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