The King of Life

Jesus Christ arose as the King of Life. We need to face up to the fact of death to realize the value of the gift he offers us. March 24th seemed like a normal day and number 9525 to Duesseldorf seemed like a routine flight as it departed from Barcelona, Spain. No one who boarded that flight had any idea what was in store for them that day. If they had, they would never have entered the aircraft. Most of the passengers probably had a thousand other things on their minds and no idea at all Read more […]

After Easter: Do You Believe the Resurrection?

Christianity claims that the resurrection of Jesus really happened in history. Do you think that is a baseless story? Christianity is the furthest thing from an exercise in blind faith—the evidence to support the Bible’s testimony about Jesus is extensive, and compelling in itself. I’m not saying definitive… because we’re talking about a relationship with the living God, which is a very subjective reality that is buttressed by that objective evidence. [See also, “God’s REAL “Hope & Read more […]

What Obama Did At Church On Easter Sunday

While President Obama’s Organizing for Action, Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe, and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi were all sending out emails asking for money (with the email of the allegedly Catholic Pelosi not even mentioning Easter), President Obama and his family pretended to be Christian for a jaunt to a church in Washington, D.C. It must have been a strange visit for Obama. His thoughts were probably along the lines of, “Easter? What a strange word. E-e-a-a-stur-r-r. Read more […]

Jesus: The True ‘Political Outcast’

Many families will gather together on Sunday to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is nothing short of miraculous that anything that happened 2000 years ago is even remembered, let alone celebrated. But what is often overlooked in this event—the most important one in world history—is the political nature of the death and resurrection of Christ. Jesus was a “political outcast” of the first degree. His execution was, of course, a fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy, reaching all Read more […]