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Sermons on Crucifixion

The Jesus of Easter – Part 4 – The Relevance of the Resurrection – April 16, 2017

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Share with Friends… SERMON SUMMARY The central tenant of Christianity is incredible the claim that Jesus of Nazareth was raised from the dead three days after being crucified. But even if it did happen—does it matter? After all, if it did happen, it happened over two thousand years ago! I’m convinced that Jesus’ resurrection speaks […]

The Jesus of Easter – Part 3 – Did Jesus Rise from the Dead?

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Share with Friends… SERMON SUMMARY There is a good deal of historical evidence surrounding the resurrection of Jesus. In fact, there are mountains of evidence, but today we are going to look at a special subset of that evidence called the Minimal Facts. The Minimal Facts approach consists of only those facts that are strongly […]

The Jesus of Easter – Part 1 – The True Passover Lamb – March 26, 2017

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Share with Friends… SERMON SUMMARY Today, I want to begin preparing our hearts for Easter by looking at some of the important events that occurred during the last week of Jesus’ life. Monday. The gospel of Mark describes the scene as Jesus entered Jerusalem in preparation for the Jewish Passover (Mark 11:8-10). The enthusiastic crowd […]

Hope is Rising – Part 1 of 2: The Day Christ Died

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Share with Friends… Sermon Summary We refer to the day on which Jesus died as “Good Friday.” But to those who witnessed its events, “Bad Friday” or “Dark Friday” would have seemed much more appropriate. The events that transpired that Friday and the Sunday which followed, however, have turned this world upside down. What man […]

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