4 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- He argues that the "classical idea" of the atonement during the patristic period was the "Christ the Victor" model.
- This most accurately captures the meaning of atonement.
- This teaches us that Christ has put an end to sacrifices once and for all.
- This is not one of the four standard views of the atonement. Christus Victor, Ransom Theory, and Mora Exemplarist/Influence Theory are standard views.
3 True/False questions
Athanasius → One of their common objections to the notion of the atonement is the view that sacrifice is unworthy of the Christian God.
Ransom Theory → Class lectures have NOT argued that one of the reasons this ought to be adopted is that there is New Testament evidence showing that God paid a ransom to the Devil.
Gerhard von Rad → He insists that animal sacrifice is really about redemption rather than punishment and suffering.