Philosophical Objections to the Atonement (William Lane Craig)
The earliest Christian creed, which can be traced back to the original disciples of Jesus, began with the claim that “Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures” (1 Corinthians 15:3). Hence, from a Christian perspective, the doctrine of atonement is not in dispute. Nevertheless, Christians may struggle to understand how Jesus’ death on the cross somehow reconciles us with God, and critics often raise objections to the Christian view. In the following lecture, William Lane Craig responds to philosophical objections to the atonement.
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