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January 27, 2016


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Paul Walker

I am currently reading through "Locating Atonement". I thought Ben Myers contribution was outstanding! It was highlight of the book for myself and worth the price of purchase just for this one chapter.

The other chapters in the book are also useful, although there are some statements in few chapters that I found problematic. I think a damning omission of "Locating Atonement" is the lack of a chapter dedicated to "Incarnation & Atonement". Myers briefly covered it in his reference to the hypostatic union, but I found myself wanting a focused section of the significance of the incarnation as an action & precondition of atonement.

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