بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْم
After a (very) brief exchange between brother Vaqas and the missionary Ken Temple on the question of who or what was sacrificed when Jesus was allegedly crucified for our sins, it seems that not only Temple but other Christians are very uncomfortable with discussing this topic. After Temple failed to give an adequate answer to his question, brother Vaqas went on the offensive again. In the exchange below, we can see Temple’s evasive responses. He even asked brother Vaqas to clarify if his question was based on an “orthodox” Christian source! Shouldn’t Temple know the “orthodox” already? Temple’s evasiveness demonstrates how uncomfortable he is with the topic, although he claimed he just didn’t have time to talk about it. How convenient! It got to the point where brother Vaqas had to educate Temple, and Temple even congratulated him for discovering the “orthodox” view on what exactly was “sacrificed” (Spoiler alert: it was the “human” nature that was sacrificed but it was “supported” during the suffering by the “divine” nature). But towards the end of the conversation, brother Vaqas explained why this explanation creates a major contradiction vis a vis God’s justice (emphasis mine).