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Eben Alexander, the neurosurgeon who four years ago survived a near-death experience, ponders the meaning of resurrection and its implications for our view of death.
If we miss the Saturday between Good Friday and Easter, we miss a crucial part of the Holy Week story.
Today is the day of despair. Rumours of light fade into doubt.
Listen to the Archbishop of Canterbury’s two and a half minute BBC reflection on Good Friday that was broadcast today:
In his Good Friday meditation, Peter M. Wallace reflects upon Jesus’ cry from the cross, “I am thirsty”.
It is challenging to know how to communicate to children something of the nature of Good Friday that might touch their lives in a positive way.
He really is breaking the mold.
People want power. When we cannot have power ourselves, we at least want to be connected to people who have power.
In many places the Bible encourages the practice of silence and stillness as paths to opening to an awareness of God and as the natural response to that awareness.