How could one tiny stroke of punctuation lead to so much confusion about what happens when we die?
There’s something deeply compelling in the courage of an apparently powerless person. Understanding this soul-response involves a journey to a hill crowned by a cross.
Charles Mills reflects on what—and who—Jesus saw as He hung crucified between heaven and earth.
What values do you most appreciate—love, humility, graciousness? Anneliese Wahlman points out that Jesus reflected all of these.
Modern critics claim that Jesus’ death has no more meaning than anyone else’s death. Clifford Goldstein responds to that challenge.
Wherever Jesus’ tomb is, Loren Seibold says, it really doesn’t matter, because Jesus isn’t in it.
An awful scene holds an awesome promise
As the Christian world celebrates Easter, Arthur Patrick explores why Jesus had to die.
John Lauder travelled to a small German village to witness what could possibly be the world's longest running play.
Jesus was born to be a King. But before He could assume His crown, He first had to go to the cross. Marvin Moore reflects on the meaning of Jesus' birth and death.
Jesus is the most remarkable and undoubtedly bestknown historical figure of all time. Arthur Patrick explains the man behind the myth.
Richard C Halverson helps us to see Jesus more clearly.
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