This paper, reprinted in this Reader, offers a two accounts of the so-called Governmental model of the atonement: one 'Arminian', the other 'Calvinist'. I argue that the Calvinist version of the doctrine has more to be said for it than is sometimes thought. And I outline some areas that future discussion of this issue migtht take.
|Translated title of the contribution||"Penal non-Substitution"|
|Title of host publication||A Reader in Contemporary Philosophical Theology|
|Editors||Oliver D. Crisp|
|Pages||299 - 327|
|Number of pages||28|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|