Wednesday, April 09, 2008

A Princeton Seminary Student's Defense of Universalism

HT: Ed Babinski.


Mike Darus said...

He has't come to the punch line yet. By adopting Barth, he rejects penal substitutionary atonement without engaging it. He claims the substitutionary element but rejects the penal element yet embraces a convoluted sense of punishment.

Jason Pratt said...

Speaking as an orthodox universalist myself: that's my initial impression, too, Mike. {s} However, neither have I read him as far as he's gotten, so my impression may be too hasty. That being said, I was amused at how your description (or your last sentence anyway) echoed my initial impression.