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Jesus Fact #5 - Jesus' burial by Joseph of Arimathea.

Early Attestation:

Our earliest account of Jesus’ burial is found in one of Paul’s authentic letters. This letter was written around the early 50’s AD. However the account of the burial is part of a creed Paul received less than five years after Jesus’ crucifixion (1). 1,714 more words

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PMT 2015-141 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.

As we enter the New Testament record Christ’s birth immediately confronts us. The birth of “the Son of David, the Son of Abraham” (Mt 1:1) gloriously echoes the Old Testament victory theme, showing that his first coming begins the fruition of the promises (Lk 1:46–55, 68–79). 1,101 more words

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Everyone Who Belongs to the Truth Listens To My Voice

The Solemnity Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe

Awhile back, the angels encouraged me to dedicate Sundays to the Gospel Readings- Here is the Gospel of John 18:33b-37- with a loving message behind it… 287 more words

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Content and Context (part 7) - Gospels and Acts

We return to our Content and Context Series today (see the beginning *here*)—just in time for the Advent season. It’s the perfect opportunity to focus on Jesus’ life and purpose on earth. 602 more words


Is Faith too Good to be True?

     Many attempts have been made to explain faith. Some more successful than others, but every single time I am left with a tragic sense of religious jargon mingled with some esoteric principles. 800 more words

Sermon on John 18:33-37 for the Feast of Christ the King, Nov. 22, 2015

According to the gospel of John at Jesus’ trial Pontius Pilate asked him a searching question—“Are you the king of the Jews?” And Jesus replied–“My kingdom is not from this world.” But that wasn’t good enough for Pilate and he pressed for a straight answer, “So you are a king then?” 2,483 more words


The Prodigal Son: Why isn't his brother invited to the party? (Luke 15:25-32)

This post has no answers. I’ll admit that now, because that’s a part of the Parable of the Prodigal Son that bothers me. It bothers me because it messes with the traditional interpretation and I don’t know what to do with that. 569 more words