The apostle Paul told first-century Christians in Corinth that he was determined to know nothing among them but Jesus Christ and him crucified.
For decades there has been a turning away from the Bible's explanation of Christ's Cross, depleting it of its saving meaning. This tendency has gathered momentum in recent days. There is, therefore, nothing more important than taking another look at the biblical and apostolic testimony of the Cross, the centre of the gospel, the only menas of salvation, and the main source of Christian praise and joy.
Through reading the sermons in this book,, we are given renewed cause to join with the hymnist in saying: 'In the Cross of Christ I glory'.