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Death by Love: Letters from the Cross

by Mark Driscoll, Gerry Breshears

$9.59 $15.99

Overview

Real people. Real sin. Transformed lives. A compilation of heartfelt letters written from a pastor to his people that explains Jesus' work on the cross.

Death by Love is a unique book on the cross of Jesus Christ. While many books debate the finer points of the doctrine of the atonement, what is often lost are the real-life implications of Jesus' death on the cross for those who have sinned and have been sinned against. Written in the form of pastoral letters, Death by Love outlines the twelve primary effects of Jesus' death on the cross and connects each to the life of a different individual.

Driscoll, one of America's most influential pastors, and Breshears, a respected theologian, help readers understand, appreciate, and trust in Jesus' work on the cross in a way that will transform their lives. Both deeply theological and intensely practical, this book shows how everyone can find hope through the death of Jesus Christ.

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Author Information

  • Mark Driscoll (1970–) was the preaching and speaking pastor of Mars Hill Church in Seattle, Washington. From 1996–2014, Driscoll led Mars Hill from a small Bible study group to a large multisite church.

    Driscoll is a founder of The Resurgence, an online resource for missional theology. Driscoll also founded the Acts 29 Network, a vast group of pastors around the world dedicated to planting and equipping churches.

    Mark Driscoll’s preaching and the ministry of Mars Hill Church have been profiled in the Seattle Times, the New York Times, ABC’s Nightline, and countless other media outlets. He has also authored or coauthored numerous books, including Trial: 8 Witnesses from 1 & 2 Peter and Vintage Church. Driscoll was also featured in the March–April 2009 issue of Bible Study Magazine.

  • Gerry Breshears is professor of systematic theology, and chair of the division of biblical and theological studies at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon.

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