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What if Jesus didn't die to save us from God?

The doctrine of Penal Substitutionary Atonement is not the Gospel. It's a theory that originated in the 1500's under John Calvin. The damage done by this teaching is still being felt today. It's time to abandon this toxic theology in favor of a Christ-centered view of the cross that sets us free from sin and unveils a God of love who would rather die than live without us.

©2021 Keith Giles (P)2021 Keith Giles

What listeners say about Jesus Unforsaken: Substituting Divine Wrath with Unrelenting Love

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A concise treatment of PSA & its serious problems.

Keith Giles approaches Penal Substitutionary Atonement (PSA) theory from multiple angles; breaking down the false wall that prevents the western church from seeing the broken and damaging view of God that is at the heart of PSA's strongest arguments. Written in language the common lay person can grasp without getting lost in the rhetoric of the intelligentsia. He makes an argument for the view that has been held by the majority of the church over time without disregarding the value of a multiplicity of views. If you want to understand a part of why this generation is fleeing the church in the west or are curious what our Eastern Orthodox brothers and sisters have believed for 2 millennia, this book and the "Jesus Un-" series is highly recommended.