Jesus’s resurrection is at the very heart of historic Christianity. In fact, the
bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ is both a central doctrinal belief of the faith and the primary evidence for the truth of the religion itself. Given the importance of Easter for Christians, it is appropriate for us to consider 12 evidences for the resurrection of Jesus. For greater depth on these points, see the recommended resources at the end of the article. Read more of this post
“So whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them, for this is the Law and the Prophets.
— Jesus, the Christ
You, we, are obeying the Law and the Prophets (all that God commands) when we simply evaluate what we do. Is what I am doing good for the person I am doing it to? Is it loving and kind. Is it what he expects? Is it good for him?
If everyone lived in community with others with just those thoughts, imagine what a different place the world would be! There would be no terror. There would be no murder, no stealing, no rape and no slavery. The earth would be an amazing place!
Can you imagine a terrorist asking–‘I wonder how these people are going to feel when I run over their bodies?’ Or, a sharp shooter–‘Is it right to kill police who are protecting other people?’ Or, a policeman–‘Why am I shooting a man with his hands up?’
The problem is, most of the world does not know that quote nor do they no who said it nor do they understand the implications of it!
Every person in the whole wide world may be judged on these few words by the Master. Why? Because they contain the essence of the whole of the Law and Prophets.
The Master went on to say: “Enter by the narrow gate. For the gate is wide and the way is easy that leads to destruction, and those who enter by it are many. For the gate is narrow and the way is hard that leads to life, and those who find it are few.”
The narrow gate seems more appealing the older I get. Why pursue “wide” and “easy?”
After being in the LDS Church for 30 years, I began reading the New Testament. What was there shocked me.
This is the story about Lynn, formerly a Mormon, and the miraculous intervention that took place in her family.
I’ve had a family member get connected to the Mormon Church. Myra’s outcome was not so wholesome as Lynn’s outcome. I am not sure Myra was a believer in the first place. The Mormon missionaries treated her badly and that lead to her demise. Today she is mentally unstable.
Lynn had a utopian existence in of all places Alpine, Utah.
That all began to change one day when she received a phone call from her son Micah.
Read more here.
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Look at 2:15 minutes in to get to the core arguments between the Infidel Guy and Dr. Ehrman.