Eleonore Stump recently gave a paper at the Alvin Plantinga Retirement Celebration at Notre Dame University. She explores how a theory of the atonement needs to provide a solution to the problem of evil in the world. This grows out of a paper written by Alvin Plantinga entitled: Supralapsarianism, in which he argues that the good that comes from the atonement explains why God allowed evil to come about. E.J. Coffman, a Ph.D. graduate who studied under Plantinga makes the response.
The whole video series lasts 90 minutes and provides some good insights into the problems associated with the Anselmian and the Thomistic views of the atonement.
Part Four--problems with Anselmian and Thomisitic views
Part Five--problems with Anselmian and Thomisitic views
Part Six--cry of dereliction