“The Mardi Gras Miracle.”
On Fat Tuesday of 1994 I was on my way to a meeting at Normal Presbyterian Church. I was listening a basketball game. Kentucky was playing LSU at LSU and Kentucky was down 16 points at half time. I was concerned but to make things worse LSU started the second half with
Contributed by Ian Johnson on Jan 30, 2004
So what was it that drove Thomas to leave all He knew and travel a vast distance and die for the cause?
.He is often labeled doubting Thomas, but the evidence in India would suggest He doesn’t deserve this label. I had the privilege to go up to the point where he was murdered for the cause of
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 7, 2010
THE DOUBTING OF THOMAS
In 1943, Dorothy Sayers created a series of dramatic readings from the life of Christ for broadcast on the BBC. They are published under the title, The Man Born to Be King. For each of the plays, Sayers offers notes on the characters and the way they should be read. She
Contributed by Sam Mccormick on Jul 17, 2017
“Doubting Thomas” - was a more unfair moniker ever pinned on a person? For by taking into account the full account of his first encounter with the risen Christ, Thomas may just as rightly be styled as “Believing Thomas.” For reasons we cannot presume to know, the
Contributed by Mark Stepherson on Jul 30, 2011
DOUBTING (ENTER YOUR NAME)
The most famous doubter of all time is Thomas. Through history Judas has been the only disciple criticized more than Thomas. Tradition has given him a new name: "Doubting Thomas." He wanted proof that Jesus was resurrected from the dead.
But can you blame him? When
Contributed by David Simpson on Apr 16, 2018
It’s ironic that this year Easter falls on April Fools day. Have you ever fallen for an April Fools joke or prank? I know as a kid there was always some classmate pulling a prank on someone, with the rest of us in on it and watching that poor soul make a fool of themselves by believing the prank.