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The Prisoner's Cross - eBook  -     By: Peter B. Unger
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Title: The Prisoner's Cross - eBook
By: Peter B. Unger
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Resource Publications
Publication Date: 2019
ISBN: 9781532696152
ISBN-13: 9781532696152
Stock No: WW108197EB

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The saving grace of God in Christ as a liberating experience of faith lies at the heart of The Prisoner's Cross. The message is timeless and has its source in Jesus's ministry and mission. Both Jop, a former POW, and Don, a graduate student, at different times and in different ways are in desperate need of this liberation. Jop serves as a witness to the power that grace has to liberate one from the worst possible tragedies and trauma they can experience in life. Don serves as one who desperately needs to hear this message. Don stands in for many Christians and spiritual seekers in our time. Like them, Don finds himself grappling with the lasting issues of injustice, suffering, and evil. Shaped by the influences of modern secularism and repulsed by the idolatry of church institutionalism, Don feels he has had the rug of a vital and relevant faith pulled out from underneath him. Like many, Don feels an unresolved anger, even rage, over the senseless injustices in his life that neither the institutional Christianity he encounters, or the secular culture that marginalizes and pervades it, have an antidote for.

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Peter B. Unger is a UCC pastor. He received his doctorate degree in psychology of religion from Drew University in Madison, New Jersey. He has served churches in upstate New York and eastern Pennsylvania. He was a chaplain at the Syracuse Veterans Hospital. Pastor Unger is currently an adjunct college instructor in the areas of philosophy, ethics, and comparative religion. His passion, at the heart of his ministry, has been to share the saving grace of Jesus Christ through storytelling, singing, and songwriting.

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