• Look, therefore, which way we will, whether at the direct Scriptural statements of death as the penalty of sin, or at the agony of the cross as a means of rescue, or at the joy of the angels of God over a rescue; we see from either that it must be a work of infinite and eternal consequence--the work of redemption.

    Herrick Johnson (1881). “Christianity's Challenge and Some Phases of Christianity Submitted for Candid Consideration”