Tag Archives: Easter

Winner Announcement: The Case for the Resurrection Giveaway

The winner of The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus is … Mary M! Mary, please contact me by email steakandabible AT gmail.com or through my Facebook page so I can order you a copy. Thank you all and please … Continue reading

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What the Resurrection Means for Your Life Today

Today is the day Christians mark as Resurrection Sunday, in the belief that Jesus was raised from the dead after his crucifixion, death and burial. We affirm, as the Scriptures tells us, that God raised Jesus from the dead as … Continue reading

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A Song for Good Friday and Easter

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The Word for Maundy Thursday: Jesus in the Garden

Matthew 26:36-36 (NASB) Then Jesus came with them to a place called Gethsemane, and said to His disciples, “Sit here while I go over there and pray.” And He took with Him Peter and the two sons of Zebedee, and began to be grieved and … Continue reading

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What If Christ Didn’t Rise?

In my search for Holy Week sermons, I found this one from Grace to You called What If Christ Didn’t Rise? It addresses the essential matter of the resurrection and I hope it will bless you today.

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Blog Anniversary Giveaway 2: The Case for the Resurrection

Since it is Holy Week, I thought this week’s blog anniversary giveaway ought to be resurrection focused. So, here’s what I settled on. Gary Habermas’s message about the theological necessity and the historical truth of the resurrection of Jesus Christ … Continue reading

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Quick Critique of A.D. Episode 2 (The Errors Continue)

I’ve now endured the second episode of A.D. I’m not sure how much more of this I can take. The same big problem that plagued episode 1, also plagued the second episode: so many additions to the historical narrative.

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