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Available For Review: Salvation By Crucifixion by Philip Graham Ryken


Salvation By Crucifixion
Salvation By Crucifixion
Join us April 7-11, 2014 for the Salvation By Crucifixion book review blog tour.

About the Book:

In Salvation By Crucifixion, Ryken celebrates Easter with a thoughtful guidebook to understanding the cross. Seven answers to seven questions explain the why and the wherefore of the cross for a Biblical faith and a Christian life.

Praise For Salvation By Crucifixion:

“Perfect for a thoughtful person who wants to know Christ and discover what it means to trust in Him.”

-Colin S. Smith ~ Senior Pastor, The Orchard Evangelical Free Church, Arlington, Illinois & President of Unlocking the Bible

“Read this book slowly, prayerfully, meditatively, and let its amazing truths penetrate the depth of your soul.”

-Joel R. Beeke ~ President and Professor of Systematic Theology and Homiletics, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan

“Artful, but simple; compact, but loaded; sound, but fresh. This book is a jewel. Some passages sing. It well repays the time it takes to read it.”

-Mark Dever ~ Senior Pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church and President of, Washington, DC

Philip Ryken
Philip Ryken
About The Author:

Dr Ryken became President of Wheaton College in July 2010. Prior to that he was Senior Minister of Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is also a prolific author and a member of the council of The Gospel Coalition.

Blog Tour Details:

The Salvation By Crucifixion Book Review Blog Tour will run April 7-11, 2014. Participants must be willing to post a review of the book on their personal blog and at least one internet retailer of their choice such as

A limited number of participants will be selected via the form below:

The Salvation By Crucifixion blog tour is now full. Thank you for your interest.

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