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What really happened at the crucifixion?

How can one who is immortal die?
How can eternity be compressed into six hours?
What really held Jesus' body to the cross?

Chuck explores the hyper-dimensional aspects of a love letter written in blood on a wooden cross erected in Judea almost 2,000 years ago.

Dr. Mark Eastman highlights the medical and forensic aspects of the crucifixion.

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Emotional, Painful Truth- Stunning Proof

I decided, because it is nearly Christmas, I should listen to the old, familiar story again. But, you must remember, Emmanuel was born and laid in a manger in order to die on that tree. Perhaps rather than lights and baubles, I should decorate with thorns and a cat-o-nine? After all he is not here, he is risen!

Chuck Missler brings you through from the seed of the woman, to the fact that no one dies in the presence of God. There is but one way, the only way, or God did not answer Jesus in Gethsemane, and, we are without hope. And, what of Barabas? Get out your Bible, and your dictionary- it means "son of the father". Take your time to consider that.

Mark Eastman clearly outlines the reality of crucifixion. Not mere agony, not only torture. No, the Phoenicians perfected the science of extended torture which mercilessly prolonged agony from which, after five minutes, no human crucified in a modern trauma center could be rescued. Don't you dare believe otherwise.

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