The Cross implies the idea of a Resurrection and that of End Times

The Cross implies the idea of a Resurrection and that of End Times

In theology, the words ‘End Times’ conveys an undisputed truth that there will come a time when all that we know will end, but more so on Good Friday the Cross of Christ implies a Resurrection and then there will be an End. Easter philosophically and theologically celebrates both.  

  • Is this a church or a nightclub?

    Is this a church or a nightclub?

    As I entered the dark room with flashing bright colourful lights that were cutting through the darkness like lightning bolts, I instantly questioned whether I had entered the doors of a church or had stepped into a nightclub.

  • Jesus 24/7

    Jesus 24/7

    One of the great challenges for Christians today is how to integrate being a follower of Jesus into every aspect of life. Going to church on Sunday is an easy act of worship to understand. However, what does worship on Monday look like? What does being a disciple of Jesus look like for the rest of the week?

  • Do Mormons, Jehovah Witnesses and the Catholics share the same salvation?

    Do Mormons, Jehovah Witnesses and the Catholics share the same salvation?

    What shall I do to be saved?” was the question on the lips of early Christians (see Acts chapter 2 verses 37; 16:30) and it remains true for many people today. In fact, this is the most important question anyone can ask, because unless you know the answer to this crucial question and respond appropriately you cannot be saved from eternal hell.

  • The Thirsty God

    The Thirsty God

    In the late 1600s a book was published by the French theologian and mathematician Blaise Pascal titled “Penses” (meaning “Thoughts”). In it he wrote, “What else does this craving, and this helplessness, proclaim but that there was once in man a true happiness, of which all that now remains is the empty print and trace?

  • Answers for All

    Answers for All

    I have been studying apologetics for ten years now and it has become an important part of my life. Not only have my studies provided me with answers, but I have seen apologetics equip Christians to provide an answer to everyone.

  • Laguna Quays Respite Busy 2nd Half of Year

    Laguna Quays Respite Busy 2nd Half of Year

    The Whitsundays Laguna Quays Respite coordinated by Well-Being Australia for missions now in its seventh year has proven to be a lovely break away for a wide range of those in Christian service. The 2nd half of 2018 has a busy schedule.

  • The Idea of 'Justice'

    The Idea of 'Justice'

    In theology, the word ‘justice’ conveys an innate truth that every child comprehends from its earliest understanding, and this reality is never lost upon the human soul.

  • How I Can(’t) Comfortably Hate

    How I Can(’t) Comfortably Hate

    Perhaps sighs are the overflows of emptiness inside.

  • View - What are You Waiting For?

    View - What are You Waiting For?

    Like many of you, I am well acquainted with waiting and disappointments. After getting married in my mid-twenties - with plenty of waiting and disappointments before - we started trying to have a baby. I’ve always wanted to be a mother and imagined we would get pregnant right away.

  • The Truth About People in Two Words

    The Truth About People in Two Words

    There’s a gem of wisdom I’ve gleaned over decades of my life experience, plus from observing the lives and experiences of people I know, in addition to extensive research. I have condensed my conclusion into two words. Ready for it?

  • Remembering the Unforgettable God

    Remembering the Unforgettable God

    One of my favorite Bible teachers once said a statement that has never left me. He said, “The regret of the past and the fear of the future are the twin enemies of the soul.”