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The Radical Cross: Living the Passion of Christ Paperback – February 2, 2009
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"The way of the cross is still the pain-wracked path to spiritual power and fruitfulness . . .
So do not seek to hide from it. Do not accept an easy way. Do not allow yourself to be patted to sleep in a comfortable church, void of power and barren of fruit. Do not paint the cross nor deck it with flowers. Take it for what it is, as it is, and you will find the rugged way to death and life. Let it slay you utterly." -from the essay "Coddled or Crucified"
In this collection of short essays, Tozer considers with piercing conviction the power and offense of the cross. May you venture into this book unguarded, that you might be utterly changed.
About the Author
A 20th-century prophet they called him even in his own lifetime. For 31 years A.W. Tozer was pastor of Southside Alliance Church in Chicago, where his reputation as a man of God was citywide. Concurrently, he became editor of Alliance Life, a responsibility he fulfilled until his death in 1963.
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So I would say this, if you've read Tozer before and are looking merely for a collection of challenging essays--you won't be disappointed. If you are approaching this more as I was, that it would be a collection of essays fit together for a singular purpose i.e. it would read more like a single work, you will likely leave with similar misgivings. If you have never read Tozer before, don't let this review discourage you from reading his insight, pick up a work he did and prepare to be challenged. My issue is with the presentation, repetition and flow of the essays. It felt cobbled together versus crafted if that makes sense.