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Hosanna in the Highest

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Is the Resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth, a man known to the public, whom witnesses saw tried, beaten, crucified, and buried--is his Resurrection from the dead fact or fiction? This is the central question of Christianity. Every other question pales in significance, because unless Jesus is really raised from the dead, then all else is vain: all of our morals, all of our good ideas, all of our philosophies, all of our behavior, all of our hopes and dreams. None of it matters if Christ is not risen.


As Christians around the world prepare to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus, we invite you to prepare your own heart for worship by listening to this special lecture from Mike Horton in which he gives evidences for the Resurrection. We've also included below a list of other important resources to help you talk with unbelieving friends and family members about the most important claim of Christianity: He is risen!


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  • Guest - Deb Felak

    Thanks so much for these thoughts. As my children gather for Easter after a nearly 3 year hiatus, I am reminded again that God without doubt called me to the mission field of (at least) five humans and all who join together with them in our family. I hope at this family gathering we can discuss the resurrection as a fact of history and their acceptance or rejection of such. When they were little, the answers often came as Sunday School answers. I look forward to greater depth from my big children!

    Two questions:
    I heard/read something this week that crucifixion was punishment for non-Romans only and meant to be a deterrent to uprisings, such as 6000 slaves in 72 BC. So when a Roman soldier abandoned his post, did he lose his citizenship? Was it considered high treason?

    If Jesus wanted to make sure the disciples recognized his resurrected body as real flesh and bones and not spirit, how might you explain his reason for coming through a locked door? Or am I mistakenly assuming that he came through the wood rather than unlocking and opening the door in some way?

    Thanks for all you do at WHI. I learn so much and wrestle with my understanding and suppositions in better ways because of your ministry!

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