Thursday, March 26, 2009

From Monergism

Author of The Shack denies penal substitutionary atonement
Here is an MP# interview online where the author of the Shack flat out denies that the penal substitutionary nature of the atonement. This interview sheds the most definitive light on what William Young, author of The Shack, really believes about several things, including the substitutionary atonement of Jesus Christ on the cross, which Young denies. He also says in the interview that it is absolutely possible that all men will be saved.

This is no reformed distinctive folks ... but is foundational to the heart of the gospel.


tuesdaymom said...

Uh, Ryan, is that you? ;)

Ryan said...

Nope, just my influence. :)