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The Amazing Cross: The Central Fact of History

por Carson, Samuel T.

Ambassador 1997

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Overview

In The Amazing Cross: The Central Fact of History, Samuel Carson connects the Old Testament sacrifices in the book of Leviticus to the saving work of the cross. He explains and illustrates each function of the Levitical sacrifices—burnt offerings, meal offerings, peace offerings, sin offerings and trespass offerings—in relation to Christ's death, offering a multi-dimensional picture of what that death means for the atonement of sin. An easy-to-read devotional study, The Amazing Cross: The Central Fact of History reveals to us the hidden meanings of Christ's role as sacrifice through Old Testament foreshadowing.

With Logos, all Scripture references link to your favorite Bible translation. Using the advanced search features of Logos Bible Software, you can perform powerful searches by topic or Scripture reference—finding, for example, every mention of “atonement” or “acceptance.” Integrated with the other resources in your Logos library, The Amazing Cross: The Central Fact of History is sure to be a valuable tool for your study of Leviticus and of the work of the cross.

Key Features

  • Easily searchable
  • Integrated with all your Logos Bible study resources
  • Replete with mouse-over Scripture references

Contents

  • The Burnt Offering
  • The Meal Offering
  • The Peace Offering
  • The Sin Offering
  • The Trespass Offering

Product Details

  • Title: The Amazing Cross: The Central Fact of History
  • Author: Samuel Carson
  • Publisher: Ambassador
  • Publication date: 1997
  • Pages: 94

About Samuel Carson

Samuel Carson is the author of Genesis Brides and Songs of the Servant King: A Study in Isaiah’s Servant Songs.

Sample Pages from the Print Edition