RESURRECTION

Paul says that if Christ has not risen, then your faith is futile. Learn the facts about Jesus' resurrection and what that means for us today.

Eyewitnesses to the Resurrection Even Skeptics Accept

By Dr. Gary Habermas | April 3, 2024

Excerpted from our series “The Historical Evidence for the Resurrection Even the Skeptics Believe” with Dr. Gary Habermas Dr. John Ankerberg: In 2000 you and I had a debate with…

Credible Evidence for the Resurrection from a Credible Eyewitness

By Dr. Gary Habermas | April 3, 2024

Excerpted from our series “The Historical Evidence for the Resurrection Even the Skeptics Believe” with Dr. Gary Habermas Dr. John Ankerberg: Talk about the minimal facts about the resurrection we…

The Tenth Day of the First Month

By Carey Dean | March 22, 2024

God accomplishes His plans and promises perfectly, precisely, and without compromise. As we follow the steps of Jesus to His cross, things become more violent, and the flesh responds with…

Holy Week: Three Days and Three Nights in the Tomb

By R.L. Wilson | March 15, 2024

“Low in the grave He lay—Jesus my Savior! Waiting the coming day—Jesus my Lord.”[1] To all outward appearance, this is a tragic time. Jesus had been crucified. Once His death…

Holy Week: Our Passover Lamb

By Carey Dean | March 15, 2024

THE LAMB FOR ETERNITY The Bible concludes with the Revelation of Jesus Christ’s promised return, holy judgment, and Kingdom’s reign. Throughout its twenty-two chapters, various names and descriptors magnify His…

Holy Week: The Anointing at Bethany

By Elizabeth Kloc | March 14, 2024

Holy Week discussions most often begin with the account of Jesus entering Jerusalem, often referred to as the triumphal entry. It was a beautiful, public recognition of who Jesus was,…

Holy Week: The Chiastic Parallels within Zechariah 9

By Jeff Pallansch | March 14, 2024

Zechariah 9 unfolds around a chiastic structure that showcases a striking interplay of judgment and salvation, war and peace, desolation and flourishing — themes that twist and turn upon the…

Parallels between Zechariah 2:8-12 and 9:9

By Jeff Pallansch | March 14, 2024

Zechariah ties 2:8-12 to chapter 9 (especially verses 2:10 and 9:9) through several unique parallels that signal we are to read these texts in light of each. This is significant,…

The “He-Me” Pattern in Zechariah 2:8-12 and Zechariah 9

By Jeff Pallansch | March 14, 2024

Zechariah 2:8-12 and Zechariah 9 are both carefully constructed around a matching literary pattern. The pattern takes its shape around God alternating between speaking of Himself in the first and…

Holy Week — The Triumphal Entry: Jesus’ Deity Displayed on a Donkey

By Jeff Pallansch | March 14, 2024

Imagine yourself amidst the bustling crowd that day, the air thick with anticipation and the earth beneath your feet trembling with the collective excitement of those gathered. The dusty streets…

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