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Great! May 21, 2012
No Wonder They Call Him The Savior: Experiencing the Truth of the Cross by Max Lucado is about what Jesus Christ, our Messiah did for us - he died in the cross for our sins. The book is composed of three parts, each of which has about 10 chapters each, "The Cross: Its Words", "The Cross: Its Witnesses", and "The Cross: It's Wisdom". The book has 33 chapters, starts with an Introduction and ends with a Reader's Guide.
In my opinion, this book was interesting. I started reading it during Holy Week, and it inspired me to read the whole book of John during the Holy Week. Each of the 33 chapters started with scripture quoted from the Bible. I would definitely recommend this book for others to read.
I like the ePub format for the iPad. It looks better than other e-books out there.
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Review by Chechu
It rests on the time line of history. Like a compelling diamond ...
Its tragedy summons all the sufferers ...
Its absurdity attracts all cynics ...
Its hope lures all searchers.
Far more than a gold-plated symbol of religious belief, the cross is the centerpiece of the Christian faith -- the meeting place of time and eternity. Where God and man encounter each other.
Max Lucado takes you through the drama of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ -- bringing to life Peter's denial, Pilate's hesitancy, and John's loyalty. Relive the events leading up to Jesus' crucifixion, from the foggy garden of Gethsemane to the incandescent room of the resurrection.
No Wonder They Call Him the Savior leads you up the hill of mankind's highest hope and reminds you why he deserves to be called our Savior.
|Publication Date||August 30, 2011|