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It would be an injustice that a just person should suffer the cruellest death if the person had not accepted it and voluntarily renounced his right. Yet, as accepted by Christ such great suffering, undeservedly received and of infinite value, became credit. The justice of the Father required this credit to be paid because a law of eternal justice requires that “anyone who suffers undeserved suffering should be compensated with equivalent happiness. The compensation and joy Christ desired from His Father was indeed the salvation of His brethren, of all human beings.

Theod. No. 760

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