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Jesus of Nazareth: Easter Classic Is Still Better Than Creepy Robots


     First released in time for Easter back in 1977, Franco Zeffirelli’s epic miniseries Jesus of Nazareth was a staple of American television for years. As soon as Cadbury Creme Eggs hit the store, … 1,526 more words


Jesus of Nazareth

Dandelion Salad

Happy Easter!

Originally posted Oct 21, 2009

Jesus of Nazareth miniseries


Jesus of Nazareth (Italian: Gesù di Nazareth) is a 1977 British-Italian television miniseries co-written (with Anthony Burgess and Suso Cecchi d’Amico) and directed by Franco Zeffirelli which dramatizes the birth, life, ministry, crucifixion, and resurrection of Jesus largely according the Christian Bible’s New Testament Gospels.

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"The extent of his love"

Happy Easter y’all!  Are you ready?

New dresses, new shoes, new purse – check.

Big hair, big chocolate bunnies, big family gatherings – check.

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Message from Jesus of Nazareth

In honor of Good Friday, I’ve posted an excerpt of one of my favorite messages from Jesus of Nazareth from my new book, Post-Resurrection: The Family of Mary Magdalene… 440 more words


Are You A Giver or A Taker

Greetings Brothers and Sisters, Life is Good, No Worries!

I’ve been blogging again and here is one of my latest blogs.

There are two types of people in the world – Givers and Takers… 169 more words

Disciple Of Christ

Don't Go To Church... Be The Church

The body of Christ, followers, disciples, believers, Christians need to stop going to church and be the church.

If the church start being the church, we wouldn’t need a building to be the church.  865 more words

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Why Did Jesus Die?

Is the idea of a God who is willing to become flesh to suffer alongside humans absurd to atheists?

Just reading an atheist answer that in spite of this supposed God’s omnipotence, he allowed his only Son to be nailed to a cross. 347 more words