Even theologians have had different ideas about the theology of atonement; how are the rest of supposed to understand it? This book is a good place to start. Crysdale, whose background in both psychology and theology gives her a unique perspective, presents an overview of the history of the theology of atonement, addressing clearly the difficulties around this concept, and bringing us with her to a contemporary understanding. The book is written in everyday language and concludes with an appendix: "Case Studies in Transformation: A Series of Stories of People Whose Lives Have Been Transformed Through Life in Christ and Christ's Community of Beloveds."
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|Size: ||292 KB|
|Publisher: ||Seabury Books|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781596272699 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|