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Jesus’s crucifixion stands at the center of the Christian religion. But do you understand the significance of this grand event?  

In Knowing the Cross, Geoffrey Thomas investigates God’s Word to understand the true meaning of the cross of Christ. Do you understand how this instrument of death became a symbol of life? How the verdict of bad news for Jesus became a declaration of good news for His people? Read this book to learn to love the cross and God’s glorious work through it.  



  1. Revelation
  2. Imputation
  3. Humiliation
  4. Retribution
  5. Substitution
  6. Propitiation
  7. Redemption
  8. Reconciliation
  9. Satisfaction
  10. Destruction
  11. Foundation
  12. Proclamation



“Historically, evangelical Christians have been a cross-centered people. And as this series of powerful reflections on the meaning of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ abundantly demonstrates, this focus on the death of our Lord is a biblical one. In fact, the Baptist pastor-theologian Andrew Fuller once rightly commented that ‘Christ crucified is the central point, in which all the lines of evangelical truth meet and are united,’ and as such, it is ‘the principal glory of Christianity!” 

—Michael A. G. Azad Haykin, professor of church history, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary 

“Trustworthy and tender, passionate and pleading, earnest and evangelical. Geoff Thomas has a way with words. They take hold of your mind and soul and draw you to the foot of the cross. This is evangelical pleading at its very best. Captivating and compelling, vintage Thomas.  

—Derek W. H. Thomas, senior minister (retired), First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina; teaching fellow, Ligonier Ministries; chancellor’s professor, Reformed Theological Seminary 

About the Author

Geoffrey Thomas is a worldwide conference speaker who served as pastor of Alfred Place Baptist Church in Aberystwyth, Wales, for more than fifty years.