You’ve probably heard that Jesus died on the cross. But then what? This week we discuss Jesus’s resurrection, the disciples’ reaction, and what comes next.
In reading the Gospel accounts, one thing is quite clear: Jesus did not want to die for your sins. But he willingly did so anyway. Why?
With Easter coming on Sunday, we decided to break down the last week of Jesus’s life to see how God incarnate lived knowing his death was imminent.
Paul knew that, regardless of the believer’s situation in life, what Freddie Mercury would pen thousands of years later is true—we are the champions.
The biblical canon has been a concern since Moses received the Ten Commandments, and it’s a crucial topic to understand when measuring these ancient texts.
Sometimes, Paul’s letters address matters of housekeeping. These details may feel irrelevant to us, but there is often more meaning in them than we realize.
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