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The Cross in the Experience of our Lord by F.A. Finlayson, the significance and mystery of the cross is explored through 2 Corinthians 4.3-6 and Isaiah 53. If you feel that you need to appreciate the cross more highly, as we surely all do, then this is the place to start.
Number of Pages: 109
Vendor: Christian Focus
|Publication Date: 2013|
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The message of the Cross is central to the Christian faith. It is still relevant to us today. Finlayson explores the significance and the mystery of the cross focusing on 2 Corinthians 4:3-6 and Isaiah 53. The truth is applied in a most compelling manner, a manner which ensured that no reader can be left unmoved. Introduction by Carl R. Trueman.
Paul Woolley Professor of Historical Theology and Church History, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
As we read, we can sit at the feet of a wonderful preacher who took delight in leading his hearers to see the glory of Christ crucified.
Research Professor of Old Testament, Presbyterian Theological College, Melbourne, Australia
...love its fragrance of a Saviour's dying love for sinners.
-Geoff Thomas Alfred,
Place Baptist Church (Independent), Aberystwyth, Wales
This is a book short in length, but heavy in theological weight, deep in biblical analysis, measured in doctrinal expression and rich in devotional value.
-Iain D. Campbell,
Minister, Point Free Church of Scotland, Isle of Lewis & Moderator, General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland 2012
This invaluable book cannot fail to enrich our understanding and deepen our devotion to the Lord Jesus Christ.
Author and former pastor of Charlotte Chapel, Edinburgh
Secondly, the book contains an exciting combination of simplicity and profundity. Although a former professor of systematic theology at the Free Church College, Finlayson's insights into the death of the Saviour will prove helpful to both the preacher of the unsearchable riches and also to those who hear them preached.
Finally, the warmth with which these central truths have been investigated promotes within the reader a dissatisfaction with the often lazy and overworked cliché's glibly used. Any book that does that must be worth buying.
"Here is faithful preaching which seeks to go beyond the normal parameters of preaching on Christ and yet to remain faithful - indeed, more faithful by virtue of that fact - to the Christ not only of Paul but of the gospel narratives too."
"As we read, we can sit at the feet of a wonderful preacher who took delight in leading his hearers to see the glory of Christ crucified."
"...love its fragrance of a Saviour's dying love for sinners."
"This is a book short in length, but heavy in theological weight, deep in biblical analysis, measured in doctrinal expression and rich in devotional value."
"This invaluable book cannot fail to enrich our understanding and deepen our devotion to the Lord Jesus Christ."