Category Archives: The Resurrection

But Go, Tell Peter

But go, tell his disciples and Peter, “He is going ahead of you into Galilee.   There you will see him, just as he told you.” Mark 16:7, NIV Oh, the gentleness of Jesus! On that Easter morning, just risen … Continue reading

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He Is Risen! Is There Evidence For The Resurrection?

“Many theories have been advanced, attempting to show that the resurrection of Jesus Christ was a fraud. I believe that many of the people who came up with these theories must have had two brains–one lost, and the other one … Continue reading

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It is finished!

Greg Laurie  expounds on John 19:30, “When Jesus had tasted it, he said, “It is finished!” Then he bowed his head and released his spirit.” Says Laurie, “The cross was the goal of Jesus from the very beginning.” How right … Continue reading

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The Resurrection of Jesus

William Lane Craig asks, ‘How do we know the Christian God is real? The answer of the New Testament is: the resurrection of Jesus.’ William Craig examines the historical grounds for belief in Jesus’ resurrection, focusing on the empty tomb, … Continue reading

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The Intensity Of Christ’s Love

“The love of Christ for us in his dying was as conscious as his suffering was intentional. “By this we know love, that he laid down his life for us” (1 John 3:16). If he was intentional in laying down … Continue reading

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Why Did God Command Abraham To Sacrifice Isaac?

“It is not a true story protested one lady, a Christian representative on a recent BBC ‘Big Questions’ programme. Presenter Nicky Campbell had asked, and what about God asking Abraham to go and sacrifice Isaac’? It might not be the … Continue reading

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Unto Us A Child Is Born

Re-reading, ‘A Letter To Daniel’ by Fergal Keene sent me on a spiritual trail. ‘A Letter To Daniel’ is very emotive and moving, perhaps too subjective for some for a BBC war correspondent. Fergal Keene’s newborn son, Daniel Patrick Keane, was … Continue reading

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In Defence Of Conditionalism

To add to my previous post there are also links here. But there is also a dedicated blog in Defence of Conditionalism (see the right hand ‘Category’ section for links to different websites). “What is Conditionalism? For the uninitiated on terms that … Continue reading

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Hell – All Souls Day And The Gospel

I read on a Catholic website that “today, Saturday November 2nd is All Souls Day, the day after All Saints Day, which was preceded by Halloween, the eve or vigil of All Saints Day. “All Souls Day is a solemn … Continue reading

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My Wife’s Uncle Tom

Leaving the M4 near Newport when on our occasional trips to Brecon and beyond, we have, if the weather allows, dropped down into Talybont and made our way along to the village of Llanfrynach, The Church of St Brynach with its … Continue reading

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