Why Easter Really Matters (April 4, 2010)

Jesus had no formal education, he was raised in a poor family, he had no political power, he left behind no writings of his own, he was crucified like a common criminal...and yet in three short years he emerged as the dominant figure not just for the next twenty years, but for the next two thousand years of human history.  Only the resurrection of Jesus can sufficiently explain his immense impact on the course of our world.  In his letter to the Corinthian Church, Paul gives four reasons why Jesus’ resurrection should deeply matter to us as well.  Click the link below to download.
http://media.monkserve.com/EKK/2218/why-easter-really-matters.mp3

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