In this video, Dr. David Allen (author of The Extent of the Atonement: A Historical and Critical Review and co-editor with Dr. Lemke of Whosoever Will: A Biblical-Theological Critique of Five-Point Calvinism) and Nicholas Noyola discuss the extent of the atonement:
01:04- Some Personal Questions
09:35- Defining Limited Atonement
11:55- The Difference Between the Intent and Extent of the Atonement
19:40- Sufficient for All, Efficient for Some
23:50- Did John Calvin Believe Limited Atonement?
28:57- The Relationship Between Incarnation and Atonement
31:08- Did the Synod of Dort Affirm Limited Atonement?
35:00- Calvinist Who Deny Limited Atonement
43:10- Does Isaiah 53 Teach Limited Atonement?
49:05- The Negative Inference Fallacy
52:40- Does John 17 Teach Limited Atonement?
57:40- Is There Any Evidence for Limited Atonement?
01:00:40- Does The Trinity Imply Limited Atonement?
01:09:40- Does Penal Substitution Imply Limited Atonement?
01:18:45- Areas Needing Further Research