Four Angles on Easter
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Four Angles on Easter

Matthew 26:69-75 (ID: 1735)

What would it have been like to witness the death and resurrection of Jesus two thousand years ago? Alistair Begg explores this question from four biblical vantage points: in the courtyard with Peter, at the foot of the cross, at Jesus’ burial site, and outside His tomb. Through considering the Easter story from these angles, we are forced to measure the claims of Jesus and our personal stories of faith by His victory over death on the cross.