Pages tagged with Crucifixion

An evaluation of the unfairness of Jesus' crucifixion, and the incredible result.
Stigmata is a religious concept accepted by the Roman Catholic Church. When people suddenly acquire wounds on the body to resemble the wounds of Christ after the crucifixion they are said to be stigmatic.
Excerpt from The Universes of God 3: The Chronicles of the Antichrist
The Jewish high priests thought by executing Jesus, they could end his dream of kingdom. King Herod might have thought that would be a good solution to remove his rival for power. The Romans might have thought that by the punishment of Crucifixion they could control the political revo...
The article touches on the undue interference by the West in other cultures and domestic affairs and on the persistent religious beliefs by most nations, as in the crucifixion, held on tenaciously despite the truth being posited to the contrary by highly-evolved humans from the starsh...
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The poem focus on the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and His last moments - WILLIAMSJI MAVELI
Few people realize the detrimental effect religion has on a soul’s journey through life. Being caught in a doctrinal falsehood has the power of stunting our soul’s progression for incarnations yet to come - if we allow it.
Captain James Galiac Sananda speaks again of the time when he as Jesus "a christed one" was on Earth 2000 years ago and of how the real purpose of his coming and the message he spread were so twisted out of shape as to be unrecognizable. - Jamie Sentana-Ries-Cortez
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This article presents the dilemma between the sovereignty of God and the free will of man. Is the freedom to choose a gift God grants to man? Has God limited his sovereignty so free will can be experienced by men?
The Way of the Cross is special prayerful devotion made during the season of Lent. It is a meditation on the passion of Christ, walking with him from the court of Pontius Pilate to the climax of the crucifixion on Calvary hill to the tomb where he was laid after his death. If you wish...
On that fateful Friday many failed in what they ought to have done. Yet, God in His infinitely powerful kindness changed that saddest day into the Good Friday for me.
This is my poem of the Easter message telling us all that The Saviour did, because of His love for us .
This is the continuation of my story from Creation through to Salvation - as I see it.
Who were eager to crucify Christ? Who were there really following him?
Christian bashers abound in this world. This is a message to them.
If Jesus died for our sins, why are we not ashamed of ourselves that we're still sinning today? When you think of it all, and the fact that he told his enemies who were plotting to kill him that no matter how hard they tried killing him, he would remain alive; one can't stop wondering...
You would think millions of people would be clamoring to adore the Christ who died upon the cross and made salvation and eternal life possible for them, but instead, many hate the cross and the Christ who hung there.
Why don't we take the apostles word for it when they say a thing is so, or it is complete, or it is fulfilled?
Crucifixtion and Crucified Christ have great significance in most of the churches, especially in the Catholic Church. But when some devotional practices mislead people the church authorities come forward to guide the people in the proper understanding. This avoids blind faith and obse...
Three days and three nights This is one of the most disputed points about the Lordship of Jesus and the accuracy of His statement in (Mt. 12:40): which says; “For as Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale's belly; so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights i...
I agree with Mr. Rogers that the crucifixion was a very important part Christ’s triumph over Satan, but it is only one part of the Saviors’ victory over the serpent of the Garden of Eden. I will divide my remarks into Christ’s ante-mortal, mortal and post-mortal triumph over Sa...
Although Christians no longer celebrate the Passover, observing the ordinance initiated at the Last Supper reminds us of His life and sacrifice for us.
I had a unique opportunity to interview Barabbas, the man a crowd once chose over Jesus Christ. I took it, of course.
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