This is already turning into a minefield.
Reconciliation is always an interior process brought on by an exterior event. I can say that I am reconciled to you, but that does not necessarily mean that you are reconciled to me. In other words, I can’t say, ‘I reconciled you’ - that’s a nonsense statement.
“Be reconciled TO God” not BY God. In that regard, both God and man are said to be reconciled by the SAME event - and that remains a wholly interior process for both. ‘Be reconciled to the reconciled God’ would be a true statement.
A man (an unbeliever) who is not reconciled to the reconciled God will create events - works or even faith - to reconcile himself in terms of God’s justice in hopes that those events (rather than the cross) will reconcile God. This is A37’s actual position - as we watch the reconciled God disappear with every other sentence he writes.
Reconciliation then, is a two way street but on the same street and looking at the same thing. Watch as A37 shifts focus from the cross to himself as the grounds for God’s reconciliation.
Bottom-line: We are to be reconciled to the fact that God is atoned - not that WE atone God in any manner, whatsoever.
So both the divine and the human look to the SAME grounds (the cross) for their respective (interior) reconciliation with the other.