Christianity without the Resurrection of Jesus is useless. But, did Jesus rise from the dead? How do we know the Resurrection is true? Can we believe it? I believe there is one reasonable piece of evidence that is compelling enough for us to believe Jesus rose from the dead.
Last night, President Trump authorized air strikes on a Syrian air base. The attack sends a strong message to President Bashar Assad for the chemical attack earlier this week. But, how should Christians respond? Is there a biblical response to the events over the last few days?
One question people consistently ask me is, how should Christians think about cremation? If a Christian family opts to have a believing loved one cremated instead of being buried, is he sinning? Should we cremate or bury? How will God reunite our body with our spirit, if there is not a body to join? This post addresses these questions and more.
The Ascension of Jesus from Mt. Olivet doesn’t get equal billing as Jesus’ birth, death, and resurrection. I am glad Jesus was born, lived, died and rose from the dead. But, I am equally glad Jesus left the earth.
The resurrection of Jesus is unbelievable. That is, people find it difficult to believe. I get it. It conflicts with logic and science. Simply put, dead people don’t rise from the grave. The truth is, I would doubt the resurrection of Jesus, too, if it was not for one piece of evidence.