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The Atonement Study Guide


The Atonement Study Guide

The Atonement: A Study Guide is the companion workbook to The Atonement by William Lane Craig. Designed to facilitate study in settings such as church small groups, university student groups, and local Reasonable Faith chapters, the study guide provides helpful tools, discussion questions, and points of practical application.

The Atonement offers in a concise compass an inter-disciplinary approach to the complex doctrine of the atonement, drawing upon biblical studies, church history, and analytic philosophy. With his characteristic thoroughness, William Lane Craig's comprehensive examination of the doctrine has yielded fresh insights, corrected many commonly-held mischaracterizations, and forged a formidable defense of this biblical doctrine which "lies at the heart of the Christian faith."

William Lane Craig is a professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology and at Houston Baptist University, as well as the founder and President of the ministry Reasonable Faith. He earned a doctorate in Philosophy at the University of Birmingham, England, as well as a doctorate in Theology from the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat Munchen, Germany. He has authored or edited over forty books, including Reasonable Faith (Crossway, 1984), The Only Wise God (Wipf & Stock, 2000), Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview (with J.P. Moreland)(IVP, 2003), and God Over All (Oxford, 2016). Visit his website at www.reasonablefaith.org.

Tyson James is a the Global Chapters Director for Reasonable Faith, engaged in establishing new chapters around the world, supervising the ministry's vast network of existing chapters, and managing the ministry's translation projects. He earned an M.A. in International Relations and Conflict Resolution from American Military University, as well as an M.A. in Christian Apologetics from Biola University. To start a local chapter or find one close to you, visit www.reasonablefaith.org/chapters.

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