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Stumbling over the Cross

Preaching the Cross and Resurrection Today

Lloyd John Ogilvie Institute of Preaching Series

by Joni S. Sancken

Foreword by Paul Scott Wilson

Imprint: Cascade Books

234 Pages, 6.00 x 9.00 x 0.47 in

  • Paperback
  • 9781625647863
  • Published: April 2016

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  • 9781498274210
  • Published: April 2016

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  • 9781498287906
  • Published: April 2016

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It has never been easy to preach about the cross and resurrection of Jesus, but difficulties today are particularly challenging. Hearers ask tough questions of the church and the Christian faith, and they are not satisfied by formulaic answers. People are often suspicious of doctrine and are attracted to a broad but vague or pluralistic spirituality rather than the classical claims of Christianity. In this climate, preachers often see preaching on the central events of the Christian story, the crucifixion and resurrection, as more of a problem than a possibility, more of a burden than a joy. They wonder not only how to preach the "old, old story" of cross and resurrection but whether they should preach these themes at all. This book addresses these concerns and shows preachers how to preach the cross and resurrection in fresh, culturally relevant ways that deepen Christian discipleship. Each chapter shows the relevance of preaching the cross for addressing a particular congregational concern. What has ironically become a stumbling block in the pulpit, the stone that preachers often reject--preaching on the cross and resurrection of Jesus--can serve as the cornerstone for building up the congregation for discipleship in our world.
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