Despite all the differences between the RCC and Protestant evangelicals, including conservative Baptists, there is one area of basic agreement, and that is on the atonement. The RCC holds to Satisfaction, and the PSA of evangelical Protestantism, and Baptists, is really just an extension or expansion of the Satisfaction theory. How do Baptists and other evangelicals here feel about that, knowing that on the basic, central issue of atonement and salvation, you agree with the RCC? Doesn't that trouble anyone? That's not the only area of agreement, either. The doctrine of man and sin is also shared with the RCC, which is Augustinian in origin. But for now let's focus on the atonement.