The Triumphal Entry (Palm Sunday), the crucifixion and death of Christ (Good Friday) and the resurrection of Jesus Christ three days later are historical events that are recorded in the four gospels or the memoirs of the apostles. Explore the following questions and answers, Bible studies and resources.
Christ's death is recorded by ancient Jewish and Roman historians. The following is a selection of quotes from some of these writers.
Two secular historians, Phlegon and Thallus, tried to understand why darkness covered the earth when Christ was dying on the cross. Pontius Pilate, a Roman governor, reported to Rome that Christ did miracles and died. The ancient prophets prophesied that Christ would die and return to life. The following resources will provide wonderful information about the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Questions And Answers
The following questions and answers will provide helpful insights into the person of Christ, the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Jesus Christ, Prophecies and Easter
The following studies explain "Who Is Jesus" and provide a series of prophecies about His death and resurrection. The Bible study titled "Easter: Jesus Lives Again!" explains the true meaning of Easter.
Triumphal Entry, Crucifixion and Resurrection of Christ
The following section features Bible studies about the Triumphal Entry (Palm Sunday), the crucifixion and death of Christ (Good Friday) and the resurrection of Jesus Christ on Sunday morning. The Triumphal Entry presented Christ as the King of kings. The crucifixion of Christ is when Jesus died as our sacrificial lamb (John 1:29) so that our sins can be forgiven. The resurrection of Jesus confirms that He is God and was a sinless sacrifice (Romans 1:4; 4:25). The result is that by faith in Christ, men and women can have their sins forgiven, escape hell and go to heaven. The death and resurrection is the pinnacle moment in history when our God made it possible for us to live with Him forever (Romans 10:9-11).