Celebrating Holy Week: Empty Tomb

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On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast (03/31/21), Hank continues the trek from Palm Sunday—when Jesus Christ rode into Jerusalem precisely the way that Zechariah said he would—to Easter. Yesterday Hank began to talk about the four-part argument that Saint Paul gives in 1 Corinthians 15 which underscores the fact that Christ has, in fact, risen from the dead. Today Hank moves on to the second part of the argument, the empty tomb. As it is incontrovertible that Christ suffered fatal torment, so too, it is certain beyond reasonable doubt that Christ was buried in the tomb of Joseph of Arimathea and that he was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures. Were it not true, Christianity would not have survived the tomb containing the remains of the Messiah. As the reliability of the resurrection is undermined in the media, it is crucial that Christians are prepared to demonstrate that Jesus was buried and that on Easter morning some two thousand years ago the tomb was indeed empty. Hank also addresses a question that comes up often on the Bible Answer Man broadcast, “was Jesus really in the grave for three days and three nights?”

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