This book explores the theology of the cross in St Paul, Luther and Pascal. It offers new perspectives on the theology of each, and some implications for the nature of power, apologetics, theology and church life in a postmodern context.
Here is the groundwork of constructive theology at its best.
Graham Tomlin is Vice-Principal of Wycliffe Hall and a member of the Theology Faculty of Oxford University. He is the author of Luther and His World, available from Logos as part of the Lion Histories Series (10 vols.).