His argumernt is based on a commercial understanding of the atonementThey reject Christ, so his sacrifice does not cover. Standard Christianity
to support it he needs to provide a verse which states Christ paid for the sins of the unconditionally elect
and then explain why if Christ paid for the sins of the elect why are they not born forgiven
why is there any need for repentance and faith before sins are remitted ?
He misses the provisional; nature of the atonement