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The Cross in the Experience of Our Lord (Finlayson)

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The message of the Cross is central to the Christian faith. It is still relevant to us today. Finlayson explores the significance and the mystery of the cross focusing on 2 Corinthians 4:3-6 and Isaiah 53. The truth is applied in a most compelling manner, a manner which ensured that no reader can be left unmoved. Introduction by Carl R. Trueman.


Table of Contents: 

Foreword by Carl R. Trueman

Introduction by I.R. MacDonald

Part One: The Creator as Redeemer 

1. The Creator as Redeemer 

Part Two: The Cross in the Experience of Our Lord

2. Isaiah’s Comprehensive View 

3. The Two Feasts 

4. The Cup and the Conflict 

5. The Lamb for the Sacrifice

6. The Last Offering  



Roderick Alick Finlayson was born in Lochcarron in 1895. After studying at the Free Church College, Edinburgh, from 1919 to 1922, he was minister in various Free Church congregations before returning to the College in 1946 to lecture in Systematic Theology, which he did for many years. Prof Finlayson went to Glory in February 1989.



"Here is faithful preaching which seeks to go beyond the normal parameters of preaching on Christ and yet to remain faithful - indeed, more faithful by virtue of that fact - to the Christ not only of Paul but of the gospel narratives too." - Carl R. Trueman, Paul Woolley Professor of Historical Theology and Church History, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

"As we read, we can sit at the feet of a wonderful preacher who took delight in leading his hearers to see the glory of Christ crucified." - Allan Harman, Research Professor of Old Testament, Presbyterian Theological College, Melbourne, Australia

" its fragrance of a Saviour's dying love for sinners." - Geoff Thomas, Pastor, Aberystwyth Baptist Church, Aberystwyth, Wales

"This invaluable book cannot fail to enrich our understanding and deepen our devotion to the Lord Jesus Christ." - Derek Prime, Author and former pastor of Charlotte Chapel, Edinburgh