Betrayal, abduction, physical abuse, and a torturous, agonizing death. Read that in the morning paper, and you know what label you'd give it: cold-blooded murder. Interesting how we don't see the crucifixion in those terms. Yet the death of Christ couldn't fit the definition of murder any better!
As we look ahead to Resurrection Sunday, John MacArthur examines Christ's ordeal for the sake of sinners, and builds a case for The Murder of Jesus. The question for you is, what verdict will you render?
While all Christians know that Christ died and rose again for sinners, what you may not know is the story behind the story.
John MacArthur’s The Murder of Jesus takes you back in time to follow Christ’s journey to and through the cross. Weaving together several Bible accounts of the crucifixion and events leading up to it, John provides powerful, poignant insight into what was, at once, the most heinous act of human injustice and the greatest demonstration of love the world will ever see.