For Whom Did Christ Die?: Particularism and Universalism in the Pauline Epistles
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A surface reading of various texts in the Pauline corpus reveals a tension between particularism and universalism in Paul’s atonement theology. At times, Paul speaks of Christ’s death for “the church”, for “his people”; at other times, he speaks of Christ’s death for “all”, for the “world”. In this session, Jonathan will present a detailed examination of the particularistic and universalistic texts, demonstrating that the universalistic elements in Paul’s letters complement rather than compromise the possibility of interpreting Christ’s death as a definite atonement.

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