• Risen, Indeed!
    Luke 24; John 20 No need to prolong the story. Or complicate it. Or embellish it. Or try to explain it. Or defend it. Just declare it. The facts speak for themselves. Jesus of Nazareth said He would "suffer . . . be killed, and be raised up on the third day" (Matt. 16:21). Betrayed by Judas, He was seized, placed under arrest, pushed hurriedly through several trials (all of them illegal), and declared guilty . . . first of "blasphemy," next of "treason" (Luke 22:70–23:24). Alone and forsaken, He endured the torture of scourging, the humiliation of insults and mockery, and the agony… Read more »