Who did Christ die for? What exactly did his death achieve? Who gains from his death? Did his death make things possible - or actually achieve something? What precisely does the Christian obtain as a result of Christ's death?
If you've ever asked these or similar questions, this paperback is for you. Professor Murray needs to be read slowly and thoughtfully, but is immensely helpful. Like me you might find that your understanding of the death of Christ is revolutionised through this book.
In the first section John Murray explains, beginning with man's need for atonement for sin, what Christ's death achieved, and for whom he achieved those things. The second part of the book deals with the blessings that the true Christian has because of Christ's death, and covers such areas as adoption, justification, and perseverance.
But don't get the idea that this is dry-and-dead theology. The Bible truths that John Murray explains will hopefully have a profound effect on your worship and your zeal as well.