Substitutionary atonement  

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Substitutionary atonement, also called vicarious atonement, is an idea within Christian theology which suggests that Jesus died "for us as propagated by the Western classic and objective paradigms of atonement in Christianity, which regard Jesus as dying as a substitute for others, "instead of" them.

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