A compelling and comprehensive treatment of the centrality of the cross. Examining the apparent and underlying reasons for Christ's death, Stott defends the substitutionary view of the atonement and explores Christ's achievement through his crucifixion. He also discusses the implications of the cross for Christian worship, self-understanding, life, and hope. Includes a study guide. 380 pages, softcover from InterVarsity.
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