Tuesday, January 31, 2006
More on the Resurrection
Good news! I've been reading through Allison a bit more and I am glad to say that the evidense for the empty tomb appears to be marginally stronger than the argument that the empty tomb was fabricated - I can go to bed now!!!
I once had the pleasure of preaching 5 sermons on the resurrection during an Easter weekend last year - an enjoyable experience it was too - but sermons on what the resurrection means are hard to find. One of the best sermonette's I've ever read on the resurrection is from ship of fools and is called Easter ... Wright and Wrong. Do read it, esp. if you're anything like "Pastor Gospelman" or "Mr Smoothtongue".
The picture is The Supper at Emmaus Painted for Lord Chandos' house, Canons, by Joshua Price.