Badger-Limited Atonement

Badger-Limited Atonement

By Anthony B. Badger

This chapter of Badger’s book Confronting Calvinism is about the flaws in different thinking about limited atonement.

TULIP: A FREE GRACE PERSPECTIVE
PART 3: LIMITED ATONEMENT
ANTHONY B. BADGER
Associate Professor of Bible and Theology
Grace Evangelical School of Theology
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
OUTLINE
I. Introduction
II. The Reformed view of limited atonement
III. The Arminian view of unlimited atonement
IV. A response to the Calvinistic arguments that Christ died only for the elect
A. Scripture restricts who benefits from Christ’s death
1. The Calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
B. Man cannot frustrate God’s efficacious designs
1. The Calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
C. God would be unfair in sending unbelievers to hell
1. The Calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
D. Unlimited atonement leads to universalism
1. The Calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
E. Christ died to save, not to make salvation possible
1. The Calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
F. Both repentance and faith are secured
1. The Calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
G. “World” does not mean everyone in the world
1. The Calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
H. “All” does not mean everyone.
1. The Calvinist argument stated
2. The argument negated
V. An alternative to the various views of limited atonement

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