• John G. Stackhouse, Jr.

Holy Week Posts

Over the last few years, I’ve posted several reflections pertinent to Holy Week. Some of you (especially those of you preparing sermons!) might be glad to have them rounded up:

On Providence, including the Garden of Gethsemane: here

On Good Friday and Atonement: here

On the revelatory strangeness of the Cross: here

On Easter Sunday and the Resurrection: here

On Easter Weekend in general: here

And on a sad, sour note, a post on those who exploit Easter, and Christianity in general, for antithetical agendas: here

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