Reviewing Adam Johnson’s Atonement: A Guide for the Perplexed

The latest issue of the Journal of Analytic Theology has just been released. This issue is huge, and full of great-sounding articles with a number of high caliber scholars.

Also included is a book review from myself for Adam Johnson‘s book Atonement: A Guide for the Perplexed. The review can be found here. But in case you want a simple one-sentence summary: It’s a very good book, very worthwhile to buy and read, with one limitation that will perhaps generate further, exciting research.

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About Kevin W. Wong

Ph.D. student in systematic theology at Wheaton College, studying with Marc Cortez.
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