The Moral influence view of the atonement is a doctrine related to the meaning and effect of the death of Jesus Christ and, while originating in the Middle Ages, has been largely taught in liberal Christian circles. Drawing primarily from the works of Pierre Abélard, the Moral influence theory teaches that Christ's death on the cross served for humankind as an example of God's great love and Christ's obedience.

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