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-Celebrating Easter and The Resurrection of Jesus

Happy Easter season 2018. Here’s some links to a few of our best questions and answers on the Resurrection of Jesus Christ and Easter: 1. -Easter Question: Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead? (Featured also in our last post) Here’s a great article by William Lane Craig (professor of philosophy at Talbot School of […]

-Christmas Q & A’s

                                               (Nativity: Wikipedia) As a special for this Christmas season, here are links to all of the Christmas Q & A’s from our archives:   1.  First the Christmas story itself: The Christmas Story: Where is it in The Bible?   2. What about Christmas itself- is it really a Christian Holiday?: -Isn’t Christmas a […]

-Was Jesus Really Born on December 25?

Q: We know that Jesus really wasn’t born on December 25th so why celebrate Christmas at all? A: We have answered this question about December 25th before. It is true that the Bible doesn’t really tell us what day Jesus was actually born on.  The only scriptural clue is that there were shepherds in the […]

-Isn’t Christmas a Pagan Holiday?

Q: Isn’t Christmas a pagan holiday? After all it originated with the Romans cerebrating the birth of their god Saturn on December 25. A: No. But a lot depends upon what you are celebrating. If you are celebrating the birth of Saturn then it is. If you are focused upon Santa Claus and his reindeer […]

-Resurrection: “Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead?”

Here’s a great article for Easter: “Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead?” by William Lane Craig, professor of philosophy at Talbot School of Theology in La Mirada, California. He looks at the facts concerning the resurrection of Jesus–a timely pursuit for the Easter season. This is the best and most concise article that I […]