You have a habit of putting certain ideas that you wish to disbelieve in quotes before asking people to show you where the Bible teaches it.
I'm sorry if you don't like that I'm averse to believing things not taught in the Bible.
I'm guessing this is your way of making sure you aren't contradicted since (as you know), the words "unactualized atonement" don't appear in Scripture.
You said (and I quote), "The atonement is not actualized until it is received by faith."
So later the atonement is "actualized", so prior to that it is implied that one has "unactualized atonement". I'm simply asking for Biblical proof.
But neither do the terms "total depravity", "unconditional election", and so forth.
I see... You're going to apply the "Trinity" argument, which is basically used to try to justify believing in concepts nowhere found in Scripture.
The difference is that I've never tried to CONVINCE you that TD or UE are true, so they are irrelevant to this discussion.
But of course, proving an idea from Scripture does not require us to show the existence of the idea using the name given to it by academics. But I digress.
I never asked you to show the exact words.
I'm simply asking you to show the CONCEPT.
What you refer to as "unactualized atonement" follows logically from the fact that nobody is saved before they even hear the gospel. Do you dispute this?
Your definition is meaningless.
Are you claiming that the residents of hell have an "atonement" that remains "unactualized"? If so, I ask you to prove it.