Moral Influence Model: It is also known as Subjective or Humanist model commonly associated to Anselm’s fellowman Abelard. He is very critical to Satisfactory Model. It lost prominence in the church after Anselm. Later, it was raised prominently in the 19th century liberal movement.
Moral Influence Model views that sinners are so moved by the love of God demonstrated on the Cross, so they follow the example and love of God. The love of God draws sinner to him.
Subjective – change takes place in the heart of human being or human heart changes attitude toward God and love God.
- Biblical Nuggets: Antiochene School (cafn.us)