Is Christianity Unbelievable? Don't dead people stay dead? a talk by Justin Brierley CD

Minehead Week 1 - 2014

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Is Christianity Unbelievable? Don't dead people stay dead? a talk by Justin Brierley

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Is Christianity Unbelievable? Don't dead people stay dead? is a Justin Brierley talk recorded at Spring Harvest - 2014 on Practical Christian Life available as CD format. "I believe in Jesus Christ… he was crucified, died and was buried…on the third day he rose again from the dead" The world and our human experience reveal a God who is creator. Jesus Christ reveals a God who loves us enough to live among us, die for us and be raised to life again. Few people realise that the resurrection, as the central event of Christianity, is not just something Christians believe in on "blind faith", but is well supported by historical evidence. Justin Brierley aims to help those present grasp the significance of the resurrection in the Christian story and why believing in this defining miracle isn't the same as believing in fairy-tales.
Recorded at Spring Harvest 2014.
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Author / ArtistJustin Brierley
FormatCD
PublisherEssential Christian (April 2014)
ISBNSHAM03414D
Product Code4412928
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