Spring Attraction of the Cross

Spring, Gardiner – Attraction of the Cross

This 23 chapter work, Attraction of the Cross, looks at various aspects of the Cross of Jesus Christ.

The Attraction of the Cross

The Attraction of the Cross
By Gardiner Spring

This 23 chapter work looks at various aspects of the Cross of Jesus Christ.

About Gardiner Spring

Gardiner Spring was among the front rank of American preachers. His father, Samuel Spring, was a notable Congregational minister who had served as a chaplain to the troops during the War of American Independence, and from 1777 to 1819 was minister at Newburyport, Massachusetts. Gardiner Springwas born in … (from Banner of Truth above)

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Contents of Attraction of the Cross

1. The Narrative of the Cross
2. The Truth of the Cross
3. The Cross an Effective Propitiation for Sin
4. The Cross the Only Propitiation
5. The Actual Purpose of the Cross
6. The Cross Accessible
7. The Cross a Completed Justification
8. Faith in the Cross
9. The Inquiring Sinner Directed to the Cross
10. A Stumbling-block Removed
11. The Greatness of Sin No Obstacle to Salvation by the Cross
12. The Holiness of the Cross
13. The Religion of the Cross, in Distinction from Religions That Are False and Spurious
14. The Cross the Test of Character
15. The Cross the Preservation from Final Apostasy
16. Full Assurance of Hope at the Cross
17. The World Crucified by the Cross
18. All Things Tributary to the Cross
19. The Cross the Admiration of the Universe
20. The Triumphs of the Cross
21. The Sinner’s Excuses Refuted by the Cross
22. The Cross Rejected, the Great Sin
23. Conclusion

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