The attack on penal substitutionary atonement is an attack against God’s justice, itself. It tries to assert God’s mercy has been applied to all people everywhere, whether they repent of sin or not, whether they believe or not, whether they want it or not. That salvation, or something like it, is merely a matter of “waking up” to this reality.
But there are enough warnings in the New Testament for the saints to “continue” in the faith that it is apparent there is more to redemption than mere knowledge.
And we must hear what Brooks has to say on the matter.