Proclaiming The Scandal Of The Cross Pb Paperback

Contemporary Images of the Atonement

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Proclaiming The Scandal Of The Cross Pb

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Because many modern Christians can offer a reasonable explanation of the meaning of Jesus' death on the cross, they find it hard to understand the confusion displayed by the disciples after the events in the last pages of the Gospels. But if Paul were alive today, he would find it inexplicable that we modern believers are not scandalized by the cross. "Proclaiming the Scandal of the Cross" introduces pastors, church leaders, students, and lay readers to the need for contextualized atonement theology, offering creative examples of how the cross can be proclaimed today in culturally relevant and transformative ways. It makes helpful suggestions on how this vision for a culturally relevant message might be developed. The impressive list of contributors includes writings from C.S. Lewis, Rowan Williams, Frederica Mathewes-Green, Brian McLaren, and many more who are actively working out just how to make this life-transforming proclamation.

Proclaiming The Scandal Of The Cross Pb was published by Baker in December 2006 and is our 29080th best seller. The ISBN for Proclaiming The Scandal Of The Cross Pb is 9780801027420.

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Details for Proclaiming The Scandal Of The Cross Pb

Page last updated 24th January 2014
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherBaker (December 2006)
Number of Pages208
Thickness16 mm
Height216 mm
Width140 mm
Product Code1000797
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