The Atonement: Index
Some Theories of Atonement, or Love, not Honor or Substitution This post, by Father Nathan O’Halloran, S. J., is reblogged from Vox Nova. I’ve touched on the idea of the Atonement in the course of this series insofar as it has implications for the concept of the Fall and the interpretations of the Fall which I have been discussing. Thus I’m adding this as a sort of guest post that goes into more detail on that particular aspect of the issues I’ve been dealing with here. Update: Since I originally reblogged this, Vox Nova has moved to Patheos; thus, the reblogged link no longer works. I’ve deleted the reblogged post from this blog, and put the link to the original post by Fr. O’Halloran at the new Patheos site in the link above. Thus, clicking there will take you to Patheos, not to my blog.
Atonement Theology This post was reblogged from the blog Triangulations, and gives an excellent summary of various schools of thought on the Atonement.
Posted on 15/09/2012, in Catholicism, Christianity, Gnosticism, religion, theology and tagged Catholicism, Christ, Christianity, evolution, human origins, index, salvation, series indices, the Atonement, the Fall of Man, theology. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.