As Jesus is the cornerstone upon which the Church is built, so are his teachings the unifying cornerstone of Christian doctrine.

Stuck in a Corner

Centrality of the Cross: Notes of Addresses on the Finished Work of Christ at Calvary Incorporating "the Logos of the Cross (Over Comer Book)
Centrality of the Cross
Getting stuck in a corner can happen to any of us. Have you noticed Christians stuck in one corner or another of doctrine. Some are in the predestination corner, others are in the tongues and some even the gay corner. The whole world is colored from our perspective. One man recently admitted that his perspective on predestination dominated everything else in his viewpoint. Could it be that the things of our corners take on much more importance than they ought? Could it be that our perspective needs to come from a more central part of Scripture. What is the crux of the matter? Could it be that the crux is the crux? Could it be that the cross is the most important part of Scripture and that when our perspective is cross-centered, we have found the best perspective (Galatians 6:14)?