The Glory of the Cross: The Great Crescendo of the Gospel

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Hendrickson Publishers, Apr 1, 2012 - Religion - 38 pages
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As we turn these pages, we follow the gospel narrative through familiar events from the Last Supper to Calvary. Here we discover rich and perceptive insights in an unusual blend of doctrinal truth and pastoral application.

The Didasko Files
RESOURCES FROM THE LAUSANNE MOVEMENT
The Lausanne Movement is a confessional movement that seeks to articulate the role of today's Church. It links together evangelical movements around the world, and is the largest representative gathering of the Church. The Didasko Files is a growing series--that takes its name from the New Testament Greek verb didasko, meaning "I teach"--used by those involved with the Lausanne Movement. These books are meant to serve the world's Church by helping Christians to grow in their faith.

  

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User Review  - etrangere - Christianbook.com

You might think that a small book on a well-known theme isn't worth getting. But this is gold. It is so clear, pastoral and engaging, that I found it warming my heart again to worship God in Christ ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ken Simon - Christianbook.com

One of best in The Didasko Files collection. Identified as excellent decipling resource by Lacerne movement. Read full review

Contents

Start here
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Justification and sacrifice
18
For study and reflection
32
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About the author (2012)

James Philip served as Minister of Holyrood Abbey Church in Edinburgh, where students filled the gallery on a Sunday. He was one of the bestloved speakers in the university Christian fellowships, bringing an unusual style of radical exposition and pastoral warmth.

Sinclair B. Ferguson is senior minister at First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, South Carolina, and serves as professor of systematic theology at Westminster Seminary in Dallas, Texas.

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