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By: Tony Rees

A Singular Triumph – Jesus Crucified and Risen

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In an age when the foundational truths of Christianity are being questioned, this book explains, with warmth and clarity, the eternal work of the cross and resurrection of Jesus Christ. It also discusses humanity’s vital need of it, and its relevance to the present generation.

Borne out of a lifetime’s study and ministry, Tony Rees makes complex theology compelling and accessible. Persuasive and gripping, this incredible work of redemption is unravelled through the pages of the Old and New Testaments, bringing fresh insights and challenges to the fore. It also provides a great source for anyone wanting to engage with the core doctrines of the Christian faith.

Whether you are a theology student or lay person, this book will bring you to a fuller appreciation of the work of the cross – its promise of total forgiveness, belonging, acceptance and identity, alongside the radical call to commitment. And equally, on the resurrection, with its promise of power to live a new life now, alongside the eternal hope of life beyond the grave in a world redeemed into the fullness of God Himself.

The truths around the story of God’s redemption of mankind are the greatest we could ever embrace. This book will inspire you with their message of hope in the death and resurrection of Christ, and give you fresh confidence to trust it today.

Tony Rees (1935-2019) grew up near Llanelli, South Wales and exchanged a nominal faith for a real one through the witness of the Christian Union at Oxford University. This led to ordination, and in turn to sharing the Good News in a ministry in Poole, Dorset, five years in India, and then thirty years in North London (Christ Church, Cockfosters and St Luke’s Church, Hampstead). He was a Chaplin/tutor at Oak Hill Theological College in Southgate, London for nearly five years.

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