Tag Archives: resurrection

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Ultimate questions

I've pretty much decided to retire this blog, and eventually import its archive into A Borrowed Flame (see here for why), however, why not go out with a bit of bang, with one last philosophical hurrah? My friend Chrys, who has given ...

This changes everything

Here's Keith Green Matt Papa again for Resurrection Sunday:   This song by Ben Cantelon is also good:

Church Gate

Impossible Church

A number of the comments on Rachel Held Evan's latest posts about leaving and returning to the Church were a little disheartening, and have certainly got me thinking about all sorts of things. I both empathise and react to a ...

What does it mean that Jesus defeated death? And why did he have to die?

Like many of my posts, this one was the result of a twitter comment*: What is death? Is death, as Nathan (@madmanwoo) puts it, 'no[t] existing' ? It appears that this defintion actually goes beyond the standard definition of death: Death is defined as ...

Risen

Sovereign Grace have been faithfully and creatively serving the church for many years, providing songs for congregational singing that are not only full of solid doctrine, but also full of singable melodies that inspire joy in the heart. I've really ...

Review: The Jesus Inquest – Charles Foster

The Jesus Inquest: The case for and against the resurrection of the Christ by Charles Foster Kindle Edition, Thomas Nelson 2011 My Amazon review: Charles Foster is a barrister,  part-time Crown Court judge and teaches Medical Law and Ethics at the University of Oxford. In ...

Replying to Findo’s 12 Facts #1.1: An update

If you haven't already read the intro to this series, please click here. After my post on the 1st 'fact', Andrew replied with 12 Facts Redux (and you can see from the discussion on that page, I still owe a reply ...

Replying to Findo’s 12 facts: an intro

A few months ago, after a twitter exchange on the topic of the historical evidence for the resurrection of Jesus, I discovered myself, and my argument 'referenced' (perhaps too polite a term for what it was) in a podcast where ...

Resting

Timmy’s body is now resting until the day that Jesus returns and makes all things new. On that day, Jesus will wipe away the tears from Timmy’s eyes, and Jesus will wipe away the tears from his parents’ eyes. On ...