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The Cross is Not Enough
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‘The Cross is Not Enough’, by two prominent Australian theologians, is a valiant attempt to reconnect Christianity with its most important and pivotal doctrine – the resurrection.
• Has Christianity become so focused on the cross that we’ve lost sight of the aftermath?
• What happens when we forget the resurrection?
• What knock-on effects do this have on our worldview, evangelism and Christian practice?
Ross Clifford and Phillip Johnson explore these troubling questions and more in their book – ‘The Cross is Not Enough’. Together they explain how the resurrection has played a vital role in the Church and compel us to restore this linchpin doctrine into the centre of everything we do.
With chapters on other religions, the human psyche and cultural studies, this challenging book aims to explain the theological significance of Christ’s resurrection is the key to living a Christian life in our postmodern society.
The Cross is Not Enough by Philip Johnson; Ross Clifford was published by Baker in January 2012 and is our 41445th best seller. The ISBN for The Cross is Not Enough is 9780801014611.
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In The Cross Is Not Enough, Ross Clifford and Philip Johnson explore how the resurrection of Christ has been understood in times past and restore this linchpin doctrine to its rightful place as the basis of our hope, our worldview, and the way we live our lives. They compare Christianity's unique understanding of resurrection to other world religions and explore why the resurrection connects so readily with the human psyche.
Pastors, teachers, students, and anyone involved in ministry will benefit from this insightful and engaging treatment of Christianity's most important doctrine.
PART ONE | THE RESURRECTION GRID
1. The Resurrection Is the Lynchpin: Yours, Mine and Ours
2. The Resurrection Effect
3. Cynics, Post-Christendom Seekers, and Resurrection
PART TWO| THUMBPRINTS OF THE RESURRECTION IN CULTURE
4. The Resurrection in Popular and High Culture
5. Cultural Expressions of Death-Refusing Hope
6. Signs of the Resurrection in General Revelation
7. Other Religions, the Undead, and Resurrection
8. Understandings of Selfhood and the Resurrection
9. Myth, Resurrection, and the Human Psyche
10. Church History and Resurrection Thinking
PART THREE | BACK TO THE BIBLE
11. The New Testament
12. The Hebrew Scriptures
PART FOUR | RESURRECTION HORIZONS
13. Resurrection Theses for the Third Millennium
"From movies to novels to near-death experiences, our authors show amazing command of an array of cultural developments about which all readers, Christians or otherwise, should be concerned. A must-read!" - Craig Blomberg, distinguished professor of New Testament, Denver Seminary.
"Inspired by faithfulness to the Bible, and informed by a sophisticated understanding of contemporary culture and the spiritual search of our generation, Ross Clifford and Philip Johnson have written a book that is both challenging and empowering for all who are concerned to communicate the heart of the Christian faith to today's people." - John Drane, fellow of St John's College, University of Durham; author of The McDonaldization of the Church and Introducing the New Testament.
"Arguing brilliantly for the resurrection to take back its place on center stage, this book carries readers on an exhilarating journey through wonderfully unexpected territory... I know I shall preach differently now." - Michael Quicke, Charles Koller Professor of Preaching & Communications, Northern Seminary.
On The Back Cover:
The resurrection is the center of Christianity. Without it, there is no life.
As crucial as it is, the cross of Christ is not the center of Christianity. What effect does forgetting the importance of the resurrection have on our worldview, our discipleship, our ethics, our evangelism, and our Christian practice?
In The Cross Is Not Enough, Ross Clifford and Philip Johnson explore how the resurrection of Christ has been understood in times past and restore this linchpin doctrine to its rightful place as the basis of our hope, our worldview, and the way we live our lives every day. They compare Christianity's unique understanding of resurrection to other world religions, explore why the resurrection connects so readily with the human psyche, and trace themes of resurrection through movies, books, music, and other aspects of popular culture.
Details for The Cross is Not Enough
|Page last updated||28th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Philip Johnson; Ross Clifford|
|Publisher||Baker (January 2012)|
|Number of Pages||320|