This week we are discussing Easter, specially looking at the question of whether or not Easter is pagan. We cover a range of issues on the subject and I hope it proves to be helpful in some shape or form!
I. Introduction 0:00 – 6:19
II. Theological Presuppositions 6:20 – 8:27
III. Claims of the Negative Case 8:28 – 19:17
IV. Linguistics and Easter 19:18 – 23:51
V. The Positive Case 25:52 – 28:56
VI. The Controversy of Easter 28:56 – 32:30
VII. Odds and Ends 32:31 – 41:55
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Resources and further reading on today’s subject:
Christian F. Cruse, translation notes of Eusebius of Caesarea, An Ecclesiastical History to the Twentieth Year of the Reign of Constantine, 4th ed. (London: Oxford Univ. Press, 1847), 221
Nick resides in Texas with his wife, daughter, and son. After meeting Christ in 2012, Nick began a blog in order to teach things that he found interesting. Eventually this blog would become a podcast in 2017 wherein the vision was to teach the scriptures and theology to anyone who was interested!