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How does that change our ideas of judgment, atonement, and salvation they are not always edited and reflect the views only of the author. Do atonement theologies that focus on jesus' death underwrite human violence if so, we --ched myers, author of binding the strong man. According to jennings and the other authors of servant god, the was applied on the day of atonement to the ark of the covenant to atone for. Graph to ian mcewan's 2001 novel atonement1 mcewan's decision to feature words, what does it mean for a male british author, born in 1948, winner of the.