What's more important to Christians: Christ's birth or resurrection?
Church on Easter Sunday no longer is a way of life for many Americans. LifeWay Christian Resources earlier this month conducted a survey of more than 1,000 adults, and the results were decidedly undecided.
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#1 Mar 31, 2013
What is more important, the celebration of Christmas or Easter?
Well, millions and millions are born every year, but how many have been resurrected from the dead?
I put my money on Easter being the more important.
Had Christ not risen from the grave, his claim of divinity would have fallen flat.
#2 Apr 15, 2013
For Christians, every teaching of the Bible is important and every fundamental teaching (those necessary to salvation) are equally mandatory. The incarnation is equally important to the atonement. Both are equally important to resurrection. Rejecting any one of them forfeits forgiveness and salvation.
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