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The Theology of The Cross 15N0746 9780810021877 AA15N0746 BU15N0746 CC15N0746 GS15N0746 LE15N0746 LU15N0746 SW15N0746

The Theology of The Cross 15N0746 9780810021877 AA15N0746 BU15N0746 CC15N0746 GS15N0746 LE15N0746 LU15N0746 SW15N0746

The Theology of The Cross

Reflections on His Cross and Ours

Series: Impact Series
Author: Daniel M. Deutschlander

A book on Christian doctrine that reminds readers that all biblical doctrine relates to Scripture's central teaching that God sent his Son to save lost sinners. The Old and New Testaments make it clear that our salvation is found in the cross of Christ. However, there is a seeming paradox between the theology of the cross and the theology of glory. Sinful people tend to overlook the cross and its demands and, instead, focus on the glory that they think they should now enjoy because they call themselves Christians. This is a matter of urgent concern. Deutschlander helps us to see Christ's cross as our cross. He reminds us that our good works have no value for our salvation. Yet good works are valuable as fruits of faith done out of gratitude to God for his gift of salvation. It deepens our understanding and appreciation for God's gift of life in Christ. It warns us of Satan's efforts to turn us from Christ to ourselves. It comforts us with the assurance that the cross of Christ leads to heavenly glory. Softcover, Size is 5 3/8 x 8 1/2 inches, 292 Pages. Published 2008.

Scripture Index (added February, 2013).

Review by Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary Professor James Korthals

Issues, Etc. radio interview with Professor Daniel Deutschlander
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