Bibliography -- By: Anonymous

Journal: Reformation and Revival
Volume: RAR 05:1 (Winter 1996)
Article: Bibliography
Author: Anonymous


Bibliography

Blocher, Henri. Evil and the Cross. Downers Grove, Illinois: InterVarsity Press, 1990. Blocher is professor of systematic theology at the evangelical seminary in Vaux-sur-Seine, France, and an excellent contemporary thinker and writer.

Brown, John. The Sufferings and Glories of the Messiah. Byron Center, Michigan: Sovereign Grace Publishers, 1970 reprint. This out-of-print volume is worth its weight in pure gold. It is an exposition of Psalm 18 and Isaiah 52:13–53:12. If you find anything by John Brown buy or borrow it, read it at least once, and meditate upon it.

Bruner, Emil. The Mediator. Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1947. The now famous professor of theology in Zurich, the late Bruner was a leading voice of European neoorthodoxy in the first half of this century. Though his writings must be used carefully this volume has some excellent material on the Mediator’s death that should be read by seriously trained theologians.

Calvin, John. Sermons on the Saving Work of Christ. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1980 reprint. Calvin’s sermons are even better than his commentaries in some ways. Here is preaching at its best!

Charnock, Stephen. Christ Crucified. Lynchburg, Virginia: James Family Christian Publishing, n.d. This book, sometimes in print, sometimes out of print (as now), is worth finding. Charnock is one of the warmest and easier-to-read Puritans.

Charnock, Stephen. Christ Our Passover. Evansville, Indiana: Sovereign Grace Book Club, 1959 reprint. Another out-of-print Puritan classic worth finding.

Clark, Gordon. The Atonement. Jefferson, Maryland: The Trinity

Foundation. The late philosopher-theologian wrote more than forty books. He often makes the complex clear, as in this volume.

Cousar, Charles. A Theology of the Cross: The Death of Jesus in the Pauline Letters. Minneapolis: Augsburg, 1990. Cousar, professor of New Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, Georgia, is a first-rate scholar, and this is a useful technical work for scholars of the Pauline writings.

*Denny, James. The Death of Christ. London: Tyndale Press, 1951. This is the twentieth-century classic on this subject, along with the works of Leon Morris listed below. It is not always in print but can be found in used book stores.

Finlayson, R. A. The Cross in the Experience of Our Lord. Ross-shire, Scotland: Christian Focus Publications, 1993 r...

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