Category Archives: Easter

Where’s the Triumph?

The episode we’ve come to call ‘Palm Sunday’ will be celebrated by Christianity around the world this weekend. It’s an event full of profound implications, but with no public exhibition of miraculous supernatural power. There is no doubt that many … Continue reading

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The Golgotha Equation – An Exchange of Nothing

Do you ever think about the idea of ‘nothing’? Men apparently struggled in the early days about how to deal with it, especially when it came to numbers. The philosophical reality of nothing had always existed, but people debated about … Continue reading

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‘What About Easter?’ A Rhetorical Question?

There are times that bring a deep and compelling urge to say something profound—like when we first behold our newborn child, or when we gaze at some astounding natural phenomenon like the Grand Canyon for the first time, or when … Continue reading

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Triumph?

Jesus made a regular practice of doing extraordinary things, but not every lesson included something unusual. Sometimes He would deliver extraordinary messages without utilizing supernatural power. Sometimes he made profound statements by doing ordinary things in unexpected ways or at … Continue reading

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Lifeless Leftovers

In this culture the most awful details of human suffering and deprivation are graphically available to almost anyone at the click of a button.  I find myself relieved that God did not choose to expose every detail of the agonizing … Continue reading

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Connecting with Atheists

It’s Easter Monday, and I have a confession to make.  Prior to Easter’s arrival, I saw a news account regarding billboards in different parts of the country declaring in one way or another that the accounts of Jesus and His … Continue reading

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