The pieces are in place. The curtain rises for the final act. God is about to die.
To many, the story of Christ's crucifixion has become so familiar that it has lost its ability to shock, outrage, or stir any great emotion. In The Murder of Jesus, John MacArthur presents this pivotal moment in the life of Jesus in a way that forces readers to witness this event in all its power. The passion of Christ is examined chronologically through the lens of the New Testament with special attention given to Jesus' words on the cross, the miracle that attended the crucifixion, and the significance of Christ's atoning work. In doing so, MacArthur relives the most awesome injustice in the history of man and the unparalleled triumph of the sovereignty of God.