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"If this is the cure, imagine the disease"

By Tom Quiner

This sentence from the Gospel of John is so lacking in heft:

“Then Pilate took Jesus and had him scourged.”

To John’s audience of his day, they got it. 

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Saturday Morning Wake UP: It is Finished - Petra

Classic Christian rock song from the early 80′s set to footage from the Passion of the Christ from 2004.   A good song for Resurrection day.

Morning Wake UP

Giving and Receiving

Dear Pope Francis,

I’ve been thinking a lot about the passion story and service the last couple of days. About how best to use my gifts to serve God and to serve others, and about telling the difference between when I’m really serving others and when I’m serving myself. 442 more words


Mary's Memories

It’s Good Friday.  My sons, husband and I are watching The Passion of the Christ.  As I watch Mary follow her son on his way to Golgotha, I wonder what was in her mind.  1,738 more words

My Work

God’s Not Dead, but Maybe “Christianity” Should Be

Are we shouting “crucify him?”

Finally, after decades of complaints, prayers, token support and watching “B” Christian movies barely funded and with the best intentions, but not always much in the way of acting, movie goers have been inundated with a plethora of positive cinema. 750 more words


The Passion of the Christ

Mark Steyn’s movie article this week is a review of Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ, in honor if its 10 year anniversary.  In it, he reminds us that Mel did it all by himself, with his own money, and without a distribution deal to get it into theaters.   805 more words

The Passion of the Christ ten years on: are things any different now?

It’s been just over ten years since “The Passion of the Christ”, the Mel Gibson blockbuster film about the death of Jesus, opened in cinemas worldwide to great controversy. 568 more words

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