Christ and Him Crucified - kindle ebook by Jon J. Cardwell

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CHRIST AND HIM CRUCIFIED. It has been 2,000 years since the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, and today it seems that the Christian gospel has either been diluted to the point it no longer resembles the accounts from scripture, or else it has been complicated to such a degree that few can understand it. Christ and Him Crucified attempts to lay out, as simply yet logically as possible, the essential elements of the Christian gospel and glorify God by an examination of the central truth that occupies the Christian Bible: the life, crucifixion, and resurrection of the Son of God, Jesus of Nazareth. It is not meant to be an exhaustive theological dissertation, but rather a rekindling of the gospel fire that burned in the hearts of the apostles of Christ since the day Jesus had risen from the dead.

Jon J. Cardwell is a pastor, author, publisher, missionary and former Navy deep sea diver. He is currently the pastor at Sovereign Grace Baptist Church in Anniston, Alabama after having ministered as a missionary in the Philippines and a missionary-pastor and preacher to villages in remote “bush” Alaska. He has recently served as an officer of the national Sovereign Grace Baptist Fellowship, both as vice-chairman (2009-11) and chairman (2011-13). He has written several books and contributes articles to trade periodicals and a handful of Christian blogs. Jon speaks at conferences and seminars across the U.S. and hosts a weekly radio broadcast on WGRW.

A decade and a half in the U.S. Navy has taken him to the extreme north of the planet in Alaska and the extreme south in Antarctica. As a deep sea diver, he has explored the depths of the ocean from Panama City to Point Loma to Pago Pago to the Republic of Palau.

As a pastor and missionary to remote locales, Jon has taken the gospel to the tropical jungles of Negros Oriental as well as to the Aleut and Yup’ik natives of Alaska in climates as low as -100 degrees in villages along the Bering Sea.