These speculative, challenging contributions for the Christian theologist and intellectual are here logically bound together...

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THE CROSS IN THE OLD TESTAMENT

These speculative, challenging contributions for the Christian theologist and intellectual are here logically bound together over the generation of their separate appearance in England:- namely, The Cross of Job, The Cross of the Servant, The Cross of Jeremiah. Each volume discloses in the Old Testament some distinct foreshadowing or outright embodiment of New Testament teaching, especially with regard to the purpose and justification of human suffering. Provocative pieces, presented in an imaginative yet rigorous manner, and all written with excellent literary flavor. Protestant appeal.

Pub Date: March 5, 1956

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Publisher: Westminster

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1956