King's Cross

The Story of the World in the Life of Jesus

Looks at the story of Jesus, showing how it is cosmic, historical and personal.

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‘Unpredictable yet reliable, gentle yet powerful, authoritative yet humble, human yet divine.’

At a time when interest in Jesus has never been higher, respected pastor and bestselling author Tim Keller takes a deep and thought-provoking look at the life of Christ. Drawing from Mark’s gospel, he explains how Jesus’ identity as king and his purpose in dying on the cross have meaning and significance on a cosmic scale as well as for the individual.

The Reason for God gave a passionate and intellectually compelling case for God, while The Prodigal God explored the gospel’s central message of grace. Now King's Cross gives a captivating account of the person at the heart of it all: Jesus. Written in Keller’s trademark authoritative yet inviting style, it speaks to sceptics and is ideal for the faithful, those who are looking for a closer connection to Jesus and a saving faith.

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  • Before
    Part One: The King
    1. The Dance
    2. The Call
    3. The Healing
    4. The Rest
    5. The Power
    6. The Waiting
    7. The Stain
    8. The Approach
    9. The Turn

  • Part Two: The Cross
    10. The Mountain
    11. The Trap
    12. The Ransom
    13. The Temple
    14. The Feast
    15. The Cup
    16. The Sword
    17. The End
    18. The Beginning

  • After

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Contributors Timothy Keller
ISBN 9781444702149
Format Paperback
First published January 2014
Dimensions 128mm x 197mm x 16mm
Weight 0.21 kg
Print size 9.0pt
Language English
Pages 240
Publisher Hodder & Stoughton
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King's Cross

Tim Challies,, Mar 8, 2011

This is a good book offering a broad look at the Gospel of Mark. It draws the reader to the cross, to the great work of atonement accomplished there. Christ is the focus of every chapter, his work the thread that leads the reader from the first chapter to the last. This is a commentary for all of us, an exposition that is a joy to read.

Whether you read it devotionally at a pace of a chapter a day or whether you read it in a couple of sittings, King’s Cross will prove beneficial to you. It’s the Gospel of Mark laid out in plain language, explained in contemporary terms and applied to life. And that’s what good exposition is all about.... continue reading

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