Thursday, January 28, 2021
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Tag: the cross

Worth a thousand

A poem to remind us of what we're worth.

The day hope died; Incredible hope restored

"It was the worst of times, it was the best of times . . ." Judy Fua reflects on the events and emotions surrounding Jesus' death and resurrection.

Cheap forgiveness

"Of course God will forgive me," said German romantic poet Heinrich Heine on his death bed. "That's His job." Dr Norman Young, however, suggests God's forgiveness is no such easy-going indulgence.

Is Easter pagan?

Examining the holiday's myths and misinformation.

Humble God

Jesus was naked on the cross. They never show that in the church-authorised depictions. It begs the question: have we Christians failed to recognise the radical nature of the jagged descent Jesus chose to make?

The weight of the cross

On that fateful Friday, the Son of God staggered along a path that would ultimately lead to His death. On His shoulders was the weight of the cross . . . and the weight of the world.
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