Is God unjust? - Answering Mike Winger E15
Does Penal Substitutionary Atonement portray God as unjust? Yes. Yes, it does.
However, Mike Winger has produced six videos in defense of Penal Substitutionary Atonement (PSA), claiming there is no such injustice in PSA; it is perfectly acceptable for the innocent to be punished in the place of the guilty.
In this episode we provide quotes from @MikeWinger, as well as clips & quotes from various theologians and individuals such as William Lane Craig @ReasonableFaithOrg, John Dominic Crossan, Wayne Grudem, Walter Martin, Worley Oscar Vaught, James White @AominOrg, James MacDonald, Hank Hanegraaff, Edwin Barnhart, Marshall Eakin; demonstrating that Penal Substitution is not Biblical nor an essential doctrine of the Christian faith. This series of videos intends to offer a respectful response & counter-argument to the claims Mike has made. It is our contention that he is the one who is engaging in historical revisionism, & an anachronistic handling of the materials. Though, we do not believe he is doing so intentionally, but rather the result of a bias which has left him far from objective.
"Does Penal Substitution make God unjust?" The Biblical answer is an emphatic, "Yes!"
Mike's Teaching on PSA: ▶️ The Real History of Penal Substitutionary Atonement ▶️ Where The Old Testament Teaches Penal Substitution