The Cross: God's Way of Salvation

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Crossway, 1986 M02 1 - 224 pages

Ever since his first sermon in 1925, Martyn Lloyd-Jones consistently emphasized the significance of Christ's sacrifice for our sake.

This new collection of sermons reveals this theme in Lloyd-Jones' classic expository style, showing his gift for combining a warm, personal devotion to Jesus Christ with deep theological insight. His grasp of Scripture still causes the maturest believer to ponder, yet he brings a simplicity of thought to his preaching that even a child can understand and enjoy.

The Cross explains how Christ's crucifixion works for our redemption, and why this even is the cornerstone of the Christian life.


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Excellent book

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I really enjoyed this book. Doctrine is pretty solid. It will leave you understanding why the Apostle Paul stated "God forbid that I should glory save anything but the cross...". Not a criticism but a ... Read full review

A great way to refocus

User Review  - Laverne -

This is a powerful book. I think every believer should read and re-read this book. We must never let our selves get caught up in "Christian stuff" and forget our foundation of Jesus and the Cross. This teaching is not a first principal it part of every teaching we have in Christ. Read full review


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The Acid Test
Love Not the World
The Triumph of the Cross
He Is Our Peace
The Cross of Christ Speaks
A New Nature
Bought Out and Set Free
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About the author (1986)

Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899-1981), minister of Westminster Chapel in London for 30 years, was one of the foremost preachers of his day. His many books have brought profound spiritual encouragement to millions around the world.

Christopher Catherwood (PhD, University of East Anglia) is a fellow of the Royal Historical Society and member of both Churchill and St. Edmund's Colleges at Cambridge University. He was a fellow of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust in 2010 and medalist in 2014. Christopher lives in a village near Cambridge with his wife, Paulette.

Eric J. Alexander is the retired Senior Minister at St. George's-Tron Parish Church in Glasgow, Scotland.

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