The Case for Easter

April 6, 7:00-9:00pm, Williamsburg Community Chapel

April 6, 7:00-9:00pm, Williamsburg Community Chapel

Did Jesus of Nazareth really rise from the dead?

The Veracity community is really excited that our church, Williamsburg Community Chapel, along with other churches across the country, will be hosting The Case for Easter simulcast on Sunday, April 6th, 7:00pm-9:00pm. Featuring Christian apologists Lee Strobel, Mark Mittelberg, and Michael Licona, this will be a great opportunity to bring a friend, whether that be a skeptic or perhaps someone who just is not sure, to hear about the evidence for the cornerstone belief in the Christian faith: the Resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth.

Can an educated person in a scientific age take such a claim seriously? Muslims and some others say Jesus never died on the cross. Some say that contradictions in the Bible render the New Testament’s empty tomb claim suspect. Did the early disciples hallucinate over the post-crucifixion sightings of Jesus? Are there answers to these questions?

Following the 90-minute program, our very own, “Mr. Veracity” himself, John Paine, will be leading a panel discussion to respond to questions from the audience that do not get addressed on the simulcast.

It promises to be great event!

About Clarke Morledge

Clarke Morledge -- Computer Network Engineer, College of William and Mary... I hiked the Mount of the Holy Cross, one of the famous Colorado Fourteeners, with some friends in July, 2012. My buddy, Mike Scott, snapped this photo of me on the summit. View all posts by Clarke Morledge

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