Graham Tomlin draws on Paul, Luther, and Pascal to show us just how revolutionary and liberating is the cross of Christ.
Horatius Bonar's 1875 book draws on the book of Hebrews and looks at the cross as the end of humanity's separation from God.
John Calvin's sermon on Galatians 6:14–18.
John Newton's sermon on John 1:29 displays the grace of Jesus the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.
Glen Scrivener walks us through how Irenaeus and Athanasius saw creation and salvation as intimately related purposes of God.
Martin Luther's 1518 theology of the cross was vital step in his theological growth – and a brilliant look at how God is made known through the cross of Christ.
Melito of Sardis writes on the death of Jesus in the form of a Passover haggadah (retelling).
Dan Hames writes about the theological, historical, and biblical reasons he has changed his mind about the death of Jesus.
Paul Blackham thinks about God's sovereignty by asking why good things happen to bad people – and arrives irresistibly at the cross.