Sharing the Story of the Cross in Western Culture

in Journal of Reformed Theology
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Abstract

Communicating the story of the cross in Western culture should consider modern rationalism, the ideal of authenticity, secular eschatology, and the pressures to privatize faith. Western culture offers a positive challenge to the penal-substitutionary view of the atonement, which is in danger of responding poorly to these challenges. But even when our view of the atonement takes these positive challenges into account, there is still an urgent need to expose illusions in the thinking of people influenced by Western culture. Only in this way can the beautiful and strange story of the cross truly be heard.

Sharing the Story of the Cross in Western Culture

in Journal of Reformed Theology

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