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Sunday, March 20, 2022

Easter Special: To Raise the Dead (3/20/22)

1:00:27 – The moveable feast of Easter isn’t until mid-April this year, but God only knows whether any of us will still be here by then, so let’s make some hay while the sun still shines.  Join Dave in Kentucky and Father Charles Coughlin in Michigan for an hour-long look at resurrections both general and specific.  Segments include several clips from Father Coughlin’s radio show from the 1939 and 1940 Easter seasons, Zephaniah’s prophecy of the coming “Day of Wrath”, and a public-domain recording of the Dies Irae (Day of Wrath) section of Mozart’s Requiem in D minor from 1926! Also, Dave ponders (1) what it may or may not mean to be born again, (2) how one day could possibly be as a thousand years, (3) the significance of grave markers such as crosses, stars, pyramids and obelisks, (4) why the church frowned upon cremation for so many years, (5) St. Paul’s argument for a general resurrection of the dead, (6) whether that general resurrection will be more like Night of the Living Dead or Jurassic Park, and (7) exactly when and how the historical Jesus might have been raised from the dead. 

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