Jesus gave His life against the forces of injustice? I thought it was for the forgiveness of sin and to satisfy the wrath of God against our sin. Am I wrong?
This is typical emergent theology which is nothing more than the latest incarnation of old liberalism. The cross is not the atonement for sins. There is no substitution because there is no wrath poured out or righteousness imputed. The cross is reduced to a moral example against the world's injustices. What is lost is the gospel itself.This proves that emergent theology is not new at all. Read Machen's Christianity and Liberalism. If you didn't know better you'd think it was written last month as a refutation of the emergent church.It's a serious thing when we misrepresent the cross.
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