The Burial of Jesus

Most readers of my blog will know that I wrote a book a few years ago, available as an ebook, on the relationship between history and faith in connection with the events that are on the minds of Christians around the world today through Sunday in particular. The book is The Burial of Jesus: What Does History Have to Do with Faith?. It asks what it means to take the tools of historical study – and their limitations – seriously from the perspective of Christian faith. Since it costs a mere $2.99, I hope you won’t mind if I direct you there for my thoughts about Good Friday, Easter, and what happened in between the two.

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  • J.P.

    Done. A very good offer.

    And thanks for the notice!