Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Still GO’ing

So Lent starts tomorrow, and although I don’t really observe it except to acknowledge it’s arrival, I thought it would be useful perhaps to reprint my Resurrection is GO! series starting then, since it’s all about the very first Easter.

 I’ve made some minor edits to it which (hopefully) improve the readability a bit. It may be basically the same content as last year, but there are some things always worth revisiting.

 So come follow along on this journey toward Easter! Even if you don’t believe in a man rising from the dead, give it a read anyway--it's always good to discover that not all of us are zombie-eyed nutcases, as I have been called on one occasion...ironically by someone who 'welcomed serious debate'. Comments, questions, and challenges are always welcome.

Part One is this way! --->


--Jeremy
Truth poorly defended loses not its truthfulness;
likewise Falsehood aptly defended loses not it's falsity.

P.S. I'm also on Facebook and Twitter. Those don't get updated very often, but I'm going to try and make an effort to do so more.

1 comment:

  1. Easter, what it means to me is that you can trust the faith you have in Jesus Christ. It is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen. The Greek word for “substance” (hupostasis) means “confidence.” The word for “evidence” (elegchos) means “proof, that which is tested, reproof, reprove, rebuke, certain persuasion, leading to conviction.” The proof of our faith is so powerful that it is overwhelming!

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