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The Passion of Christ is observed by people all around the world as one of the more significant days on the Christian calendar. In certain parts of the world, such as the Philippines, the re-enactments of the crucifixion can go so far as to include actual nails driven through the hands of participants as they wail in pain. Is this the way we are to learn about the crucifixion? Will a re-enactment teach us the truth of the cross?
"Michael Cannon is a master of biblical exposition, framing each chapter of The Trials and Passion of Christ with the perspective of a watchful first-century eye, blending the colors and tones of historical details and biblical insights with just the right shades of illustrative material to illuminate a vivid and compelling portrait of the suffering Lamb of God." â€”R. J. Gore Jr. Professor of Systematic Theology Erskine Theological Seminary