Our next installment of the Skeptics Series looks directly at the death and resurrection of Jesus. One of the most popular skeptical arguments about Jesus’ resurrection is that He never died to begin with, at least not on the cross on Good Friday. Often referred to as the Swoon Theory, this idea proposes that Jesus merely fainted on the cross and revived Himself in the tomb. Pastors Mark and Neal dig into this theory to show how God thoroughly addresses these flimsy claims in His Word.
The season of the church year called “Lent” is all about the suffering and death of Jesus for sinners. Join Pastors Nathanael Mayhew and Ben Libby as they look at “O Dearest Jesus, What Law Hast Thou Broken” by German hymnwriter, Johann Heermann. This hymn looks at the suffering and death of Jesus and asks: “Why?” It not only answers that question, but it also shows what Christ’s death means for the Christian and how it impacts our life both now and in eternity. Join us for this wonderful Lenten reflection!