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All posts tagged: Resurrection

MLK, Suffering, and Meaning Cherie Harder Wednesday, April 21, 2021 By any measure, these are times of deep and widespread suffering. More than 500,000 people have died from Covid since the pandemic struck. More than 100 mass shootings (defined as those resulting in four or more people injured or killed, not counting the perpetrator) have
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The Most Unsettling of Holidays Cherie Harder Wednesday, March 31, 2021 This reflection is an adaptation from an earlier version we featured nine years ago on April 6, 2012. While Easter is often celebrated with brunches, egg hunts, and candy trappings, properly understood, it should be the most unsettling of holidays. Its claims are both
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As a person of the Christian faith, I’ve long understood what the Apostle Peter meant when he said, “By his wounds you have been healed.” But I have always wondered why Jesus, after his Resurrection, in his glorified body, still bore the visible marks of his wounds. After all, scars are signs of imperfection, a defacement, something

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