I found Theo Geek via Peter Kirk, and it was a very worthwhile find. Peter links to a number of posts in Andrew’s review of Pierced for our Transgressions. Having read them all, let me commend them to you. (I must disclose that I have not yet read PFOT. I do intend to as I can make the time. I think these review notes are worthwhile on their own account.)
- Romans, Jews and Gentiles, chapter 9
- Anselm and Aquinas on Satisfaction
- Athanasius and Penal Substitution
- Gregory Nazianzus and Penal Substitution
- Ransom from Satan is not Penal Substitution
- PS from the Apostles to Milan
- Hilasterion in Romans 3:25
- Pierced for our transgressions: First impressions
Well, the first (most recent) one isn’t precisely in the series, but it’s very interesting!
Theo Geek goes on my blogroll.