In Arizona, the walls between church and state could come down in public education.
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Happy Easter 2018! Today we celebrate the ascension of Jesus Christ from the dead after he was crucified on Good Friday. Christians the world celebrate Easter with a spirit of joyful renewal as Christ washes away their sins with his blood. Especially interesting for is that Passover and Easter fall at the same time. Most … Continued
Happy Easter 2018! On this day, Christians commemorate Jesus overcoming death with his resurrection from the grave after his crucifixion on Good Friday. A traditional Easter greeting is, “He is risen!” “He is risen indeed!” Especially interesting for 2018 is that Passover and Easter fall at the same time. Most scholars agree that Jesus was … Continued
Good Friday 2018 is on March 30. On this day which follows Maundy Thursday, Christians remember the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his death at Calvary. Commemorate this holy day with these inspirational Bible verses about sacrifice and love. Maundy Thursday falls on March 29 and Easter on April 1. Especially interesting for 2018 is … Continued
Maundy Thursday, also known as Holy Thursday, is the Thursday before Easter and commemorates Jesus’ Last Supper with his Apostles and his foot washing of them before his crucifixion. Commemorate this special Christian holiday with these inspirational and reflective Bible verses that held lead up to the celebration that is Easter. This year, Maundy Thursday … Continued
It’s the first day of spring, which means it’s almost Easter! Spring often comes with a fresh feeling of spiritual renewal and growth. But what does the Bible say about spring? In 2018, the spring equinox occurs at 12:15 p.m. EDT in the northern hemisphere. During this time, the sun will move directly over the … Continued
Samples from the Church of the Holy Sepulchre prove that the church itself dates to the time of Constantine, while the tomb within, said to be where Christ was laid to rest, is certainly as old as Christianity.
Thirty-three skeletons more than 2,000 years old might have been members of an ancient Jewish sect.
Happy Thanksgiving! Today we celebrate the gifts of friendship and family with a Thanksgiving meal. Take time to honor where it comes from with the Bible. The first Thanksgiving between Wampanoag Native Americans and Puritan colonists occurred in 1621 and is sparsely recorded, but forms the basis for the modern celebration. The 3-day celebration occurred … Continued