The idea of penal substitution is at the core of the Christian gospel, but it continues to offend the sensibilities of many. To suggest that sinners can only be reconciled to God through the blood sacrifice of Jesus Christ is, to many, a doctrine that is just too violent, too offensive, for modern tastes. On today’s program, Dr. Mohler explores some of the most recent challenges to the doctrine of penal substitutionary atonement and counters with a biblical defense of the gospel.
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