Finally, Part VI explores one significant implication of recognising the distinction between substitutionary
and compensatory contractual money awards that was of particular relevance in Clark v Macourt: the status of the so-called 'avoided loss rule of mitigation.
The Son must also voluntarily take on this task, exercising his own free will to offer himself as a substitutionary
sacrifice which satisfies divine justice.
Mohler also gave some context on why penal substitutionary
atonement matters to Southern Baptists.
In my view, by holding on to some form of a substitutionary
expiation theory that deals with universal sin and divine justice in combination with divine love, Girard's theory deserves a place under the atonement theory tent.
Certain understandings of objectivity tend to think of epistemic authority only in the substitutionary
But, what exactly happens in this substitutionary
atonement rightly remains open to theological explanation.
Most econometric and demographic studies tend to indicate that skill sets possessed by undocumented immigrants in our heterogeneous labor market are more complementary than substitutionary
When litigation complements existing regulatory policy, an increase in transnational litigation may have a substitutionary
Grappling at length with the rigorous sacrificial system detailed in Leviticus, Harrell drives home the extent to which Jesus functions as a substitutionary
sacrifice in Christianity, although he and his cohorts observe the laws of Leviticus haphazardly.
But my main criticism is not that they did too much with the substitutionary
and transactional themes in the doctrine of the atonement, but that they did too little.
According to him, the restriction deprives the workers and employees from their right to physically have a vacation or its substitutionary
monetary compensation when terminating an employment.
Here, Rossetti recognizes that even Scripture itself exercises Reserve, since it can "darkly" and "negative[ly]" affirm the "Divine Mystery" of the substitutionary
atonement, in which Christ, through his death and descent into hell ("making his grave with the wicked"), propitiates the just wrath of God.