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Greg Harris Collection (2 vols.)

Format: Digital
, 2006–2008


As a pastor, professor, and Bible teacher, Greg Harris is uniquely positioned to explore the intersection between the core of the Gospel message and daily Christian living. This collection includes both The Cup and the Glory, which explores the nature of Christian suffering, and its sequel, The Darkness and the Glory, which offers a theological and biographical account of Christ’s suffering. From his own reflections on the early deaths of his children, to his examination of the weight of Christ’s suffering, Greg Harris teaches readers about walking with Jesus and investigates the meaning of true discipleship.

With the Logos editions of The Cup and the Glory and The Darkness and the Glory, all Scripture texts are linked to your English translations and original language texts. These volumes will also help you get the most out of passage guides, word studies, and the other cutting-edge tools from Logos. The pastoral and biblical insight of Greg Harris, combined with the power of your digital library, gives you the tools you need for reading, research, and Bible study.

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Product Details

  • Title: Greg Harris Collection
  • Author: Greg Harris
  • Publisher: Kress Publications
  • Volumes: 2
  • Pages: 379
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The Cup and the Glory: Lessons on Suffering and the Glory of God

  • Author: Greg Harris
  • Publisher: Kress Publications
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 170

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Beginning with his own reflection on the loss two of his own children, Greg Harris draws from his own experience and from the depths of Scripture to uncover the promises of God in the midst of suffering. This moving study reveals a larger conception of God’s promises and purposes, and serves as a reminder that God’s promises transcend—yet speak to—the reality of pain and suffering in the present world.

. . . Authentically expresses the bright hope of God’s eternal glory that places even the darkest cup of earthly pain in perspective. Whether you now suffer, or comfort those who do, this is a must read.

John MacArthur, President, The Master’s College and Seminary

. . . A careful and penetrating study born from the heart of a pastor/theologian. This book will challenge, convict and comfort those who enter in.

—Danny Akin, President, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

When all of life falls apart, this is a great reminder of how God puts it all together, and ultimately, that our hope rests by being with him forever in glory.

—Greg Hattesberg, Director of Admissions; Faculty, Bible Exposition, Dallas Theological Seminary

Harris’ humility as an author causes us to stand in awe before the presence of the glory of God.

—Georg Huber, National Director, Precept Ministries International

The Darkness and the Glory: His Cup and the Glory from Gethsemane to the Ascension

  • Author: Greg Harris
  • Publisher: Kress Publications
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 209

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By examining the cross from Christ’s perspective, The Darkness and the Glory provides a compelling behind-the-scenes look at the profound spiritual and theological realities of Calvary—realities that transcend the physical, as the wrath of man was surpassed by both the wrath of Satan and ultimately the wrath of God. With theological acumen and pastoral insight, Greg Harris invites readers to join him on a journey to the cross they will never forget.

Doctrinally sound, yet warmly devotional, this Christ-centered book is highly recommended to all who desire a better understanding of the glories of the cross.

John MacArthur, President, The Master’s College and Seminary

About Greg Harris

Greg Harris (M.Div., Th.M., Talbot Theological Seminary; Th.D. Dallas Theological Seminary) is Professor of Bible Exposition at The Master’s Seminary and part of the international faculty at Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary. He has formerly served as Associate Professor of Bible Exposition at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and Professor of Exposition at Washington Bible College.