For obvious reasons, last words carry a profundity not found in more common speech. Their impact lies in the fact that they give cause for the summation of life, and so when they are captured they are often weighty. This is especially true of Christ's last words. The Heart of the Cross attempts once again to bring to light the deeper meaning behind Christ's final words as he died upon the cross-words that capture all the great truth of his life and the salvation he brings.
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Issue: "The Malling of Mission: How Suburban Values Control the Church Growth Movement" May/June 2000 Vol. 9 No. 3 Page number(s): 50-51
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