Today in the church there is a conflicting, confusing message being communicated. That confusion is there because we only know one side of the cross--the fact that Christ died for us. Here Kevin Kimbrough joins Bob Sjogren in his crusade against me-centered, feline thinking--this time applying it to our view of the cross. What would change, the authors ask, if we began to see Christ's death as more than a fix for our personal sins, but as a matter of the Master's glory? If the glory of God is the primary reason for the cross, it changes everything in our Christianity. It now teaches us that the glory of the Father is first and foremost in our minds and needs to be pinnacle of all we are and do. And if Christ suffered for the glory of the Father, then we should be willing to suffer as well. InA Cat & Dog Look At The Cross, authors Bob Sjogren and Kevin Kimbrough present in a clear and easy to understand format why it is so vital to our lives as believers to understand "the rest of the story" when it comes to the cross.