If Christ rose from the dead, then all of reality is no longer “safely secular” (quoting Dallas Willard). The time will come that all human beings (Christians included!) will give a full account to God for our moral choices in life. For he has set a day when he will
It happens to every human. The final, indubitable ending: DEATH. Is there life after death? When your life terminates on this earth, does it come to an end? Does it matter? Though a variety of options are available, there really are only a few choices. No one is exempt from
Without question, the trial, crucifixion, and resurrection of Jesus are the essential, historical truths embraced by all Christians everywhere. In anticipation of Easter (is there ever a time when we should not anticipate Easter?), Tyndale House has some excellent, brief videos on these three pillars of Christendom. Experts’ Evidence for
In Part 1 I noted some reflections from John 11:25 and the account of Jesus raising Lazarus. Today I will address some implications of this grand finale of miracles in Jesus’ public ministry. So What? How Does This Apply To My Life? The resurrection demonstrates that the world does not merely
The raising of Lazarus from the dead in John’s Gospel is the grand finale of miracles in Jesus’ public ministry. Other miracles of Jesus are no less significant (to name a few: water to wine, chapter 2; feeding of 5 thousand, chapter 6; restoring sight to the blind, chapter 9).
Death does not have the final word. The resurrection of Christ assures all believers that we will some day be raised and that something better does indeed lie beyond our existence here on earth (Rom. 8:11; 1 Cor. 15:54-57; Philip. 3:21). Not only the guarantee of our future resurrection, but