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Salvation by Crucifixion

Salvation by Crucifixion

Philip G. Ryken
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Philip G. Ryken celebrates Easter with this 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.


Ryken covers the necessity of the cross for salvation; the offense it gives to Jews, Gentiles, and any moral individual; the peace it brings to those who trust in Christ; the power it has to achieve God's loving, saving purpose; the triumph it wins over sin, death, and the judgment of God; the humility it displays in the character of Jesus; and the boast it becomes for every believer.

Philip G. Ryken

About Philip G. Ryken

Philip G. 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.

Specifications

  • Author: Philip G. Ryken
  • Release Date: January 2014
  • Pages: 96
  • Format: Pocket paperback
  • Dimensions: 178 x 110
  • ISBN: 9781781913079
  • Imprint: Christian Focus
  • Category: Bible Study > Theology > Soteriology

Endorsements

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, Arlington Heights, Illinois and President, Unlocking the Bible

Dr. Ryken in his striking exploration of this question shows the many facets of the Bible's teaching on the cross. Jesus' identity and mission shine out clearly. This book will be interesting and helpful for Christians and non-Christians alike.

W. Robert Godfrey, President Emeritus, Professor Emeritus of Church History, Westminster Seminary in California, Escondido, California
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