From the July/August, 2016 issue of Touchstone
Salvation's Network reviewed by S. M. Hutchens

Review

Salvation's Network

Reclaiming the Atonement:
An Orthodox Theology of Redemption;
Volume I: The Incarnation
by Patrick Henry Reardon
Ancient Faith Publishing, 2015
(323 pages, $18.95, paperback)

reviewed by S. M. Hutchens

The seminary list of "theories of the Atonement" customarily begins with the "ransom paid to the devil" common in the patristic era, in which man's sin was understood to have brought him under the power of Satan, to whom Christ in his death paid the ransom required for a captive, and over whom he triumphed in his resurrection . . .


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