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In this episode of the Ministry Minded Podcast, I am thrilled to be joined once again by my dear friend, Obbie Tyler Todd. In this lengthy dialogue, we reflect on an assortment of life- and church-lessons learned through the course of the pandemic. We also dissect his newest book, The Moral Governmental Theory of the Atonement: Re-Envisioning Penal Substitution, in which he endeavors to disseminate a thoroughly “American” doctrine of Christ’s atoning work and explain both its rise and fall from popular ecclesiastical favor.
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The Moral Governmental Theory of Atonement: Re-envisioning Penal Substitution, Obbie Tyler Todd
“On Obbie Tyler Todd’s ‘The Moral Governmental Theory of Atonement’,” review by yours truly
Church Elders: How to Shepherd God’s People Like Jesus, Jeramie Rinne
Simple Church: Returning to God’s Process for Making Disciples, Thom S. Rainer
“Cutting through the glut of the theories of Jesus’s atonement,” article by yours truly
“Camouflaged sovereignty and concern for God’s Word,” article by yours truly
“7 Theories of the Atonement Summarized,” Stephen D. Morrison
Daily Grace: The Mockingbird Devotional, Vol. 2
Grace: So Much More Than You Know & So Much Better Than You Think, Brad J. Gray
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