Why did Jesus have to die? Why such a humiliating public execution? And what does His death mean for me? John Blanchard answers those questions and, drawing on the eyewitness accounts recorded in the Bible, he explains the meaning of the cross in a clear, simple, powerful way.
In the Saviour who suffered on Golgotha we see the glory of the only God there is, his amazing grace to those who put their trust in him. Here we meet the foundation for God's gift of everlasting life.
Here is a thrilling reminder of what God did, in the sending of His Son, to secure salvation. I shall certainly be encouraging my people to use this resource so that many others may, in Watts' words, survey the wondrous cross! No topic is more important than this one.
Without the cross and the substitutionary atonement of which it speaks , we are doomed for eternity. Read this and then, with the apostle Paul, boast in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ. Help Centre.
My Wishlist Sign In Join. Why the Cross By: John Blanchard. It comprehends history of the panics, analysis of causes basically failures of companies and banks, and stamen of similarities and differences.
Keywords Bank failure, bank panic, economic crisis. References Betz Frederick, March Full Text File.
Author: Fethia Braik Country: Algeria. In this volume, Fred Betz takes a unique, cross-disciplinary approach to understanding bank panics, with an emphasis on the U.
Bank Panics of , , , and the European Bank Panics of Despite over a hundred years of modern economic theory and many excellent historical studies about bank panics, they are still poorly understood and certainly not yet preventable. Partly this has been a function of the limitations of modern economic theory, which cannot interpret bank panics as complex societal phenomena.
All societal phenomena are, in reality, multi-disciplinary in scope and cross-disciplinary in connections. Bank panics can best be understood through the collective lenses of sociology, political science, psychology, management science, management of technology, among other disciplines. In so doing, he suggests new strategies for avoiding and recovering from bank panics and other financial crises.
Most of the financial calamities started in the United States and spread internationally since they occurred in a world of interconnected trade. Climate change, biodiversity loss and resource depletion remain urgent areas of concern for human society. A group-based perspective. In a series of articles he set out his thoughts on the utility and value of money, credit, discount rates, banking and international payments. They knew that subprime lenders were blinking out of business with every passing week. Considerable emphasis on theory, hypothesis testing and empirical research.
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