They cannot go to the tomb in the darkness, partly because they shrink from handling a dad body in pitch … Continue reading He’s Risen!
Strong or weak? Which would you rather be? The answer seems like a no brainer – DUH – strong of … Continue reading Strong and Weak
Aquinas on the Death of Christ: 1. To make our redemption complete. For, although any suffering of Christ had an … Continue reading Good Friday (Thomas Aquinas)
Remember, this was the outcome of the Easter story, the history of Jesus Christ, just as death as the wages … Continue reading Death… But Life!
In the words of Donald Macleod: But above all, Jesus must “taste” death” not simply die, but taste it (Heb … Continue reading Jesus Must Taste Death
Today Christians all over the world celebrate an event that shook the entire course of humanity. This event is Resurrection … Continue reading Resurrection
The cross is a mystery. In some sense we know what the Cross is all about, but in another sense … Continue reading Good Friday – The Mystery of the Cross
Its Holy Week. On Tuesday I shared some reflections on the role that Gethsemane plays in our religious epistemology. Today … Continue reading The Cross and the Problem of Evil
It’s Easter Weekend! Its the time of year we Christians celebrate Christ’s atoning work for us on the cross and … Continue reading Responsibility and Atonement (Pt. 3)
It’s Easter Weekend! Its the time of year we Christians celebrate Christ’s atoning work for us on the cross and … Continue reading Responsibility and Atonement (Pt. 2)