The medieval and Reformation periods were haunted by the anxiety of guilt and condemnation, and the substitutionary
atonement theory provided a means to remove that guilt and condemnation, displacing it onto the suffering Christ, who appeased the mighty wrath of a just God on behalf of fallen humanity.
Similarly, Jeffery Weiss in his review of The Deathly Hallows notes specifically that Harry's death suggests a strong parallel to the Christian notion of substitutionary
atonement because he suffers on behalf of his friends, even of the whole wizarding world, to bring about the defeat of Voldemort.
If accepted by the court, the lawyer's sacrifice is fully substitutionary
and removes the legal guilt and liability otherwise attributable to the client.
Well, because this was already a substitutionary
sacrifice - Jesus dying in my stead, and yours.
The survival of these substitutionary
rituals in the face of stiff prophetic opposition to all forms of child sacrifice testifies to the tenacity of the conceptual basis of the practice in ancient Israel (and rabbinic Judaism as well).
Yes, there are seeds of what is still the most common interpretation, substitutionary
atonement or penal substitution.
Stanhope, a successful local playwright, eventually leads his acquaintance, Pauline, in a didactic explanation of how loving people in a substitutionary
way actuates coinherence.
Winchester continued throughout the remainder of his life to preach the doctrines of revelation, the trinity [sic], the divinity of Christ, the substitutionary
atonement, the importance and necessity of the resurrection, and the second coming in which Christ would finally overcome the world.
The relationships are all noted to be either nil or substitutionary
(as opposed to complementary).
Since he was punished in our place, Jesus substituted himself for us, and died a penal, substitutionary
However, if a substitutionary
relationship holds, the domestic production is hollowed out and it is less likely to improve the product quality at home.
atonement need not be taken that way: the dative in "he died for us" is open to redemptive inflection.