Saturday, November 5, 2016

The Atonement Studies by William Lane Craig

The Evangelical doctrine of Penal Substitution has always had detractors. Since the beginning of the 21st century the attacks have been more pronounced and sophisticated. The following are some brief lectures by William Lane Craig on the topic of the atonement where he goes through various theories and then defends the Evangelical doctrine of Penal Substitution.

I'm currently adding links to the videos as they are being posted. I'm not sure how many videos in total there will eventually be.

1. There are Lectures on the Atonement by Craig at the bottom of this blogpost.
2. There is also Craig's weekly Sunday School class Defenders where he addresses the doctrine of the Atonement. See THIS LINK or the link at the bottom of this blogpost.]]

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

Part 6

Part 7

Part 8

Part 9

Part 10

Part  11

Part 12

Part 13

Part 14

Part 15

Part  16

Part 17

Part 18

Part 19

Part 20

Part 21

Part 22

Part 25

Part 26

Part 27

Part 28

Part 29

Part 30

Part 31

Part 32

Part 33

Part 34

Part 35

Part 36

Part 37

Part 38

Philosophical Objections to the Atonement

Philosophical Issues in the Atonement:
The Coherence of Penal Substitution | Queen's University


Divine Forgiveness & Legal Pardon | Houston Baptist University - October 2017

Penal Substitutionary Atonement Theories Today |
Craig, Moo, Seifrid, Porter - EPS at AAR/SBL 2017

WLC on Eleonore Stump’s Critique of Reformation Penal Substitutionary Atonement Theories

Q&A: Penal Substitutionary Atonement Theories Today | Craig, Moo, Seifrid, Porter - EPS 2017

Does Penal Substitution Satisfy Divine Justice - Toronto 2018

Is Penal Substitution Biblical? | Harding University - February 2018

Is Penal Substitution Unjust? | Harding University - February 2018

Craig also addresses the Doctrine of the Atonement in his Defenders Sunday school class. See part 8 of the Doctrine of Christ at the following link:

William Lane Craig's Introductory Lectures on the Trinity

Refusing to Soften the Atonement
(Reasonable Faith Podcast)

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