Topical Bible Study: Easter
Easter is the time when Christians commemorate the death of Jesus Christ, and celebrate his Resurrection. From a series of fraudulent trials, to a willing self-sacrifice that redeemed the whole of creation, Resurrection Day is full of meaning and significance.
Chuck Missler discusses whether Jesus Christ was crucified on Friday or on Wednesday - to have been 'three days and three nights' dead by the time of his resurrection.
Chuck Missler draws from The Six Trials of Jesus by John Lawrence and describes the multitude of illegal acts that ocurred against and around Jesus Christ on the night he was tried and condemned.
Chuck Missler takes a look at Jesus' triumphal entry in Jerusalem, and the many prophetic symbology and foretelling tied in with this event.
Physicist and Christian Lambert Dolphin looks at the terrible price Christ paid on the cross, and how his suffering might have carried over into eternity. And still is?!
Even though Chuck harbors a skeptical cynicism toward most 'traditional' sites, he explains the reasons why he believes that the Garden Tomb might be the actual one used for the burial of Jesus Christ.
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The Day We Were Freed:
Chuck explores the hyperdimensional aspects and Mark Eastman highlights the medical and forensic aspects of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
Chuck Missler reviews the geometry of eternity, the physics of immortality, and the nature of our true selves. How can a decomposed body be resurrected?
Set by God, these Feasts are not only commemorative in a historical context, but are also prophetic. The Feasts point to the Messiah's First and Second Coming and highlight the prophetic milestones for the Church.
FOR A MORE IN-DEPTH STUDY
The Easter Story - DVD - Chuck Missler
Most reasonably informed Christians are well aware that many of the traditions that surround the Christmas holidays have pagan origins and very little correlation with the actual events as recorded in the Bible.
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