Tag: easter

The King has Come

Today we celebrate that the King has come. Today we remember that his death was not the end. Today we acknowledge that in his death we ourselves died, so that in his resurrection we ourselves will find life. Today we reflect on the power and glory of his name. Today we see the emptiness of…

Suggestions for a Lent study?

Last year, during the Lenten season, I developed something of a mini-bible study for weekdays on the book of Galatians (this despite the fact that I’m a Baptist and therefore don’t technically celebrate Lent). Anyway, many people told me they found it helpful or enjoyable or whatnot. While I am certainly praying about whether to…

Does the Resurrection provide an objective criteria for Christianity?

Let’s step right in with some heavy Science and Religion. If you were following this blog before I left, you may recall a post (with a promised follow up that never happened until now) on the Resurrection. Specifically, I contest the claim offered by so many of the so-called “New Atheists” (and others like them)…

A Different Kind of…Everything

He is Risen! This holy week I’ve been talking about how the events marked during this week change everything. Jesus instituted a different kind of revolution, a different kind of covenant relationship, and revealed himself as a different kind of king. The resurrection confirmed all of these things, and so much more. The resurrection, it…