(I can't think of a better time to start posting again about my model of the Atonement than Easter, so here goes...)
The Father pours out His wrath upon the Son on Good Friday.
This statement, while accepted by most evangelicals as true, is very disturbing until we have a clear understanding of the nature and purpose of wrath. If wrath is seen as an expression of hostility and hatred, then the Cross must be seen as an event of hostility of the Father against the Son. Such a Trinitarian dynamic is contrary to all orthodox Trinitarian thought and must be rejected, for Trinitarian theology asserts that the Father is ever and always acting in love toward the Son.
Therefore, the wrath that the Father pours out upon the Son on the Cross must be an expression of the Father's love for the Son.