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Death, it seems, is always tragic. It mars everything in our world. Yet for Christians, the death of Jesus is remembered not as a disaster, nor as a tragic waste, but as the central event of their faith—indeed, as the central event in all history. Why? Why do Christians believe that the death of the founder of their faith is an event to be remembered, celebrated and proclaimed?
In this set of foundational studies, Matthew Jensen leads us on a compelling step-by-step tour of the Bible’s teaching on this most important subject. You’ll discover why Jesus’ death is not a tragedy but a historical event of unparalleled importance. Whether you’re an established Christian, a new believer or an interested investigator, these eye-opening studies will deepen your understanding of why we can say that Jesus died for our sins.
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This Bible study resource is part of our series of Pathway Bible Guides. This series aims to provide simple, straightforward Bible study material for:
Accordingly, we've designed the studies to be short, straightforward and easy to use, with an uncomplicated vocabulary. At the same time, we've tried to do justice to the passages being studied, and to model good Bible-reading principles. We've tried to be simple without being simplistic; no-nonsense without being no-content.
The questions and answers assume a small group context, but can be easily adapted to suit different situations, such as individual study and one-to-one.
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