There is something in the account of Jesus' time on the cross that has always bugged me. There is an unanswered question that I've been lugging around for years. In that time, I can't remember a single person who resolved this nagging question.
When the Rev. George Handzo attends church to observe Good Friday -- the day that marks Jesus' crucifixion -- he won't only be there to for an importa...
I don't view Jesus as saving us from God but perhaps for God and from ourselves, not so much by His death but by His life and the light of His expanded consciousness and transcendent but practical teachings.
I think that there is something powerful in simply considering Christ as a criminal defendant. That subtle change in perspective can change worlds.