easter 2012: things you should read
Easter has come to us once again, and we set our minds and hearts on the death and resurrection of Christ.
I am going to refrain from writing a new post for the event, since there are so many good resources out there. Here are a few of them:
- What’s Love got to do with it? The Politics of the Cross
Stanley Hauerwas at his best on the meaning of Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection.
- The Meaning of the Resurrection – Then and Now
N.T. Wright is predictably brilliant on the Resurrection
- Why Did Jesus Die?
George Athas of Moore College does a great job of attempting this massive question.
- Easter Art: Stations of the Cross from Latin America
Artworks that act as a spiritual pilgrimage of prayer and meditation, connecting Easter with contemporary issues of justice. Not to be missed!
- The Crucified (Nonviolent) God
My post from last Easter, if anyone was interested.
Posted on April 6, 2012, in Current Events, Theology and tagged Crucifixion, Easter, Latin America, N.T. Wright, Politics of the Cross, Resurrection, Stanley Hauerwas, Stations of the Cross. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.