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D. A. Carson has done an excellent job exegeting 1 Corinthians in The Cross and Christian Ministry.
I strongly recommend this book to anyone who is considering Christian leadership of any kind, especially younger men and women of college and graduate school age.
I have long enjoyed D. A. Carsons books over the past several years for their balance between careful exegetical work and practical application in the church.
This is a clear explanation of what Christian leaders, not just pastors, need to see to properly lead. It shows how we are to be like Paul in his vision, purpose and attitude. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Dale Sigler
This book was basically an exegesis of select chapters of 1st Corinthians with a few nuggets on leadership thrown in.Published 2 months ago by The Beetle
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Its clear presentation and no-punches-pulled challenges are greatly needed in the Church today. Read morePublished 3 months ago by James
D. A. Carson - you really do not need to say more. If you are interested in preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ, this is an excellent study of 1Cor 1-4. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Geof Jackson
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The book is being used in an ministry intership my husband is teaching. He and the students are very pleased with the book.Published 12 months ago by N. Jones
This is an excellent book; it challenged my thinking and gave me a lot to think about Christian ministry. I highly recommend it!Published 21 months ago by Nathan Jorgensen
Another great work from a great theologian, The Cross and Christian Ministry: Leadership Lessons from 1 Corinthians is a great exposition-esque work on the first few chapters of 1... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Tristan Campbell
Carson presents a broad exposition of 1 Corinthians 1-4, 9 with profound implications pastors and Christian workers need to ponder. It's theological, exegetical and practical. Read morePublished 24 months ago by dfry