Many people believe that the Resurrection happened. Did it? There are many others who believe the Resurrection did not happen. Maybe the biggest question is: ‘Does it matter?’ Because if it matters, it could unlock a new perspective. How could we know? It might come as some surprise that the answer to these questions can actually be explored using sound logic. The Resurrection naturally elicits skepticism and doubt. There’s nothing wrong with that… it’s logical.
But if the Resurrection happened, our doubt and skeptical could help us understand. The Resurrection is not a marginal issue. If it's true, it changes everything, and everyone should explore their doubts. In the end, no one wants to be accused of being closed minded about a closed tomb.
So April 1, even if you are a skeptic, I hope you’ll join us to examine the evidence. It might surprise you that we’ll welcome your response whatever it is. You don’t have to agree with us to be with us. And you won’t be judged either. It’s safe to say, we all have doubts.
So join us on April 1 at 10:00, and let’s explore our doubts!