There was a girl I used to get on with really, really well but I wasn’t sure I actually fancied her. Anyway I was single and thought we get on well, so I might as well ask her if she wants to go for a drink.
Time and time again churches focus on ‘How often have you read your Bible this week?’ and ‘How many times did you pray?’, but rarely asks questions like ‘How much time did you spend with the poor recently?’. This study looks at what Jesus achieves on the cross and how Jesus himself describes what it’s for. Is the cross about forgiving my sin and so as a consequence I should be nicer to people, or can the cross in itself radically transform how we build relationships with our neighbour?