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-On Easter and The Resurrection of Jesus

Saturday, April 4th, 2015

Here are links to some of the past articles we have featured on this site on Easter and the Resurrection of Jesus Christ: -Resurrection of Christ: Wright On! Listen to this! New Testament scholar N.T. Wright is right on in this short video on the Resurrection (2:23)   -Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead? […]

-On Easter and The Resurrection of Jesus

Saturday, March 30th, 2013

             (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Here’s link s to some of the best articles from the past on Easter and the Resurrection of Jesus Christ: -Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead? Yes! If not, as Paul says (I Cor. 15:14) the entire Christian faith is in vain. Here’s a link to a great article on […]

-Easter Attacks on Christianity in the Media

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

               (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Its Easter season which means it’s time to seriously attack Christianity in the media.  Magazine articles, documentaries on TV, books, pseudo research into Christian origins and the Bible. All stacked heavily against traditional teachings about Jesus and the origins of Christianity. Each with a variety of professors supposedly exposing the real […]

-Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead?

Sunday, April 24th, 2011

       (Image by abcdz2000 via Flickr) Yes! If not, as Paul says (I Cor. 15:14) the entire Christian faith is in vain. Here’s a link to a great article on all of the facts concerning the resurrection of Jesus–a timely pursuit for the Easter season: “Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead?” by William Lane […]

-Was Easter Really Borrowed From a Pagan Holiday?

Thursday, April 21st, 2011

                     (Easter, old Greek salute via Wikipedia) Here’s a good article by Anthony McRoy that contradicts the popular notion that the Christian celebration of Easter was borrowed from pagan sources: “Was Easter Borrowed from a Pagan Holiday?” McRoy provides historical evidence that the name ‘Easter’ was actually derived from the Old High German ‘eostarum’ which […]