Why the Cross?
A good understanding of the meaning of propitiation is dependent on a good rendering of "hilaskesthai," as discussed by Nicole in this article.
Christ and Him Crucified
The author attempts to summarize the gospel message according to Paul, as a message of the sacrifice of Christ for the sake of the propitiation of the wrath of God, and for reconciliation and redemption. This gospel message also highlights the aspect of justification by faith, Spirit-authored sanctification, and the glorification of believers.
The Bearer of Iniquity
What did Christ accomplish for us by his active obedience and passive obedience? This article notes four things in answer to this question: Christ accomplished expiation, propitiation, reconciliation, and redemption. In the process, the author attempts to explain these terms and their individual meanings within the context of Christ's atonement.
Cur Deus Homo
The author attempts to explain what is meant by the terms "propitiation" and "expiation" as far as they apply to the aspect of the need for the justice of God to be satisfied by a human being.
The Meaning of Propitiation
Propitiation is the appeasing of one offended by covering the cause of his anger. Propitiation speaks primarily to the effect of satisfaction upon God as the offended party. This article shows how Christ is the Propitiator.
Surveying the Wondrous Cross: New Testament Pictures for the Atonement
Looking at redemption, reconciliation, victory, propitiation, and justification in relation to the atonement, this article shows how these words are used in the New Testament to clarify and portray the wondrous work of Christ in the atonement.
For God so Loved the World
This article is about common grace and atonement. The author also looks at creation and providence, expiation and propitiation of atonement, and particular atonement.