Tag Archives: Crucifixion

The Strongest Man I Know

One of the things I find difficult about church is it can be kind of feminine in its approach. If you think about it, much of the language we use in church certainly is not the kind of language men use when they are around each other. And I’m not talking about cussing or that […]

Does Easter Matter?

For Christians, today begins the crescendo of Holy Week as we celebrate Maundy Thursday – the day Jesus ate his last meal with his disciples and was later arrested in the garden of Gethsemane; Good Friday – the day Jesus was nailed to the cross, was crucified, and died; and Easter Sunday – the day […]

Responding to Evil

I haven’t written anything in the past several weeks because I’ve been chewing on whether or not I should write what I really want to write. That seems like a no-brainer for a blog, but I know that many of my Christian friends are split on what I’m about to talk about so it is […]