The Cross of Christ

by John R.W. Stott     |     Book Summary


Author: John R.W. Stott
Publisher: Intervarsity Press
Date: September 28, 2006
Pages: 342

Book Summary of The Cross of Christ by John R.W. Stott


Throughout Christian history, the cross of Christ has been central to Christian thinking and worship. Christians sing songs, create poems, paint portraits, and write books all centered around the cross of Christ.

In his classic work The Cross of Christ, John Stott explains why Christians throughout history have placed the death of Christ in the center of their theology and public worship.

Stott explains the theology of the cross and why it is desperately needed in the life and teaching of the church.

With more and more contemporary theologies rejecting the theology of the cross and its wonderful truths, Stott’s book comes as a beacon of light to magnify the truth and expose the glory that God has accomplished by sending his son to die on a Roman crucifix.





The Cross of Christ

by John R.W. Stott

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AuthorJohn R.W. Stott
PublisherIntervarsity Press
DateSeptember 28, 2006
Pages342


Overview:

Throughout Christian history, the cross of Christ has been central to Christian thinking and worship. Christians sing songs, create poems, paint portraits, and write books all centered around the cross of Christ.

In his classic work The Cross of Christ, John Stott explains why Christians throughout history have placed the death of Christ in the center of their theology and public worship.

Stott explains the theology of the cross and why it is desperately needed in the life and teaching of the church.

With more and more contemporary theologies rejecting the theology of the cross and its wonderful truths, Stott’s book comes as a beacon of light to magnify the truth and expose the glory that God has accomplished by sending his son to die on a Roman crucifix.




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