Friday, March 14, 2008

The Son Rises: Resurrecting the Resurrection

The Son Rises: Resurrecting the Resurrection
by Robert L. Wise
Regal Books
1957 Eastman Ave
Ventura, CA 93003
©2008 234pp Hard Cover
Robert L. Wise was having a thought one day. Wise thought that much of Christianity was being compromised to try and fit in with the modern world. Such things just are not kosher.
Therefore to help stem the tideway of heresy sweeping the land he wrote some books to help explain things to people. One of these books is The Son Rises: Resurrecting the Resurrection. In this book Wise talks about the resurrection of Jesus Christ and how it is the central point of the Christian religion. After all without it no one has had sins atoned for. That would be bad. Hell burns.
Wise’s book is written to remind us that while chocolate bunnies are awesome Jesus is better, and His death for our sins is the whole point of our faith, let alone Sunday morning as the Sabbath or Easter Sunday as a holiday.
The Son Rises Is divided into four parts and 17 chapters. Part I is The Situation. Part II is The Story. Part III is The Results. Part IV is The Discovery. Each section is designed to help guide the reader through the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection.
A word of warning though, different Christian denominations are different.
If you are unfamiliar with the stations of the cross, which Wise brings up at the end of the book, just remember it’s a Catholic thing. All is well.

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