Same Cross New Questions

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Using fictional but relatable text-messaging conversations ‘Same Cross New Questions’ communicates deep truth about the cross and resurrection in a fresh and creative way.

This book helps us find answers to the questions we struggle with (‘Am I loved?’, ‘Do I mean something to someone?’, ‘Does my life matter?’) in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus, while emphasising how it brings the deep connection we crave.

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SAME CROSS NEW QUESTIONS: A highly creative book which communicates and explores the deep relational meaning of the cross.

By capturing the way young adults interact daily on their smartphones, Same Cross New Questions draws the reader into the characters’ messaging as they explore how God could be the answer to the questions they face.

These questions resonate with the ones many people, whether Christian or not, are asking nowadays. These are often to do with deep struggles around relationships: ‘Am I loved?’, ‘Do I mean something to someone?’, ‘Does my life matter?’.

This book helps us find answers to these questions in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. The Bible reveals the cross itself directly answers these questions, and brings the deep connection and relationships we crave. It shows how the theme of connection is often forgotten but can enrich other amazing truths we know about the cross so whether we're Christian or not, we can make room for God and his beautiful gospel in our struggles and every are of our messy lives.

'This book is a clear exploration of such an important topic: the cross. With sharp theology and clear examples, I can’t more highly recommend this book.'
REV. CRIS ROGERS, Vicar of All Hallows Bow

'Love the way that André unpacks the timeless and life-changing message of the cross, asking real questions through everyday conversation that will help people, especially those younger in faith and age, to reconnect to their loving Father God.'
SIM DENDY, Senior Leader at Freedom Church UK