The Passion of Christ and the Purpose of Life

Crossway, 2005 - 169 pagina's
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His Passion. Life’s Purpose.

In his clear, personal tone, renowned preacher Adrian Rogers leads us to Jesus’ death on the cross—the turning point of all of history and the center of the Christian faith. His reflections on Christ’s passion will feed all who hunger for a more profound understanding of the cross and what it means for them.

“I have known Dr. Adrian Rogers for many years now and have come to love him like a brother. I have deep respect and admiration for his unwavering commitment to the cause of Christ and have benefited immensely from his godly wisdom and discernment.”
James Dobson, founder and Chairman, Focus on the Family

“Adrian Rogers is one of the greatest preachers of our age, a man of tremendous conviction and deep biblical insight. The Passion of Christ and the Purpose of Life is his most important book yet. This is a powerful defense of the gospel, and a masterful presentation of the substitutionary nature of Christ’s atonement. Dr. Rogers hits the critical issues with full force and takes his readers into some of the deepest questions about God’s saving work in Christ. This faithful pastor is passionate about the meaning of Christ’s passion—and about the gospel that so powerfully saves.”
R. Albert Mohler, Jr., President, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

“Dr. Adrian Rogers beautifully sets forth the glories of the sufferings of our Lord as they apply to life’s purpose. Read this book to be blessed and to be challenged.”
Jerry Vines, Pastor, First Baptist Church of Jacksonville, Florida

“This is vintage Adrian Rogers. His handling of the atonement of Christ is alone worth the price of the book.”
Paige Patterson, President, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

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