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“Did Jesus go to hell between His death and resurrection?”……Answer: There is a great deal of confusion in regards to this question. This concept comes primarily from the Apostles’ Creed, which states, "He descended into hell." There are also a few Scriptures which, depending on how they are translated, describe Jesus going to "hell." In […]

“What is Passion Week ( Holy Week)?”……Passion Week (also known as Holy Week) is the time from Palm Sunday through Easter Sunday (Resurrection Sunday). Also included within Passion Week are Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday. Passion Week is so named because of the passion with which Jesus willingly went to the cross in […]

“What is the meaning of Lent?”……Lent is a period of fasting and repentance traditionally observed by Catholics and some Protestant denominations in preparation for Easter. The length of the Lenten fast was established in the 4th century as 40 days. During this time, participants eat sparingly or simply give up a particular food or habit. […]

“What is Holy Saturday?”……Answer: Holy Saturday is the name given to the day between Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Some Christians recognize this day as the seventh day of Holy Week, the day on which Jesus "rested" from His work of providing salvation for the world. Holy Saturday is the day Jesus remained in the […]

What is Lent? Is it an official Christian holiday?…Was it instituted in the Bible? …What does it mean to observe Lent, and are Christians "required" to do so? ……Lentis the span of time in the church calendar that starts with Ash Wednesday and ends with Easter Sunday. Ash Wednesday commemorates the beginning of Jesus' 40-day […]

“What is Trinity Sunday?”……Answer: Trinity Sunday is the first Sunday after Pentecost to honor the Holy Trinity-the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Although the word "trinity" does not appear in Scripture, it is taught in Matthew 28:18-20 and 2 Corinthians 13:14 (and many other biblical passages). The concept of the trinity can never be completely […]