Jesus’ crucufixion saved us from the death we deserve, but Jesus did not deserve the Cross. Does this contradict the idea of God the Father being just and fair?
Doesn’t the Cross constitute utilitarianism on God’s part, since His own Son, who did not deserve death, was killed to save all of the human race? Utilitarianism, as we know, is about maximizing the greatest good for the greatest number of people.
Isaiah says that "God was pleased to crush himn in the chapter of the suffering servant. Does this mean God had a desire to punish and condemn someone, so He took out His wrath on Jesus? I have heard of theologians say this very thing.