There’s a lot of talk about “Cross-centeredness”…as if the death of Christ is more important than the life of Christ.
Christ’s death is not the center of the gospel any more than his life is the center of the gospel. One without the other fails to bring about redemption.
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Seems like a no brainer to me Dennis. I think people get into trouble when trying to parse out what is MOST important about the aspects of the life & death of Jesus.
I agree His life & death are most important regarding the Gospel and it’s application to us. Can’t have one without the other….