The War On The Belief Of Christ and His Resurrection

Satan is certainly not short of workers for his anti-Christ cause.

The misguided atheist Brian Flemming, a self-described "former Christian fundamentalist" and president of Beyond Belief Media is attempting to distribute 666 copies of an anti-Jesus DVD to Christian churches.

The God Who Wasn\'t There

Declaring War on Easter, Beyond Belief Media has launched a preemptive attack on the Christian holiday, the company announced today. "Operation Easter Sanity" has already begun.

Using its documentary THE GOD WHO WASN’T THERE as the chief weapon, Beyond Belief Media is covertly planting DVDs of the film in churches throughout the United States. The popular movie, currently ranked #1 on’s independent documentaries list, is critical of the irrational beliefs of Christians and asserts that Jesus Christ did not exist. (

The Case for Christ:  A Journalist\'s Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus

But the countless historical documentation of Jesus and his resurrection has proven without doubt the truth of the first Easter weekend.

In Lee Strobel’s, The Case for Christ, he uses the dramatic scenario of an investigative journalist pursuing his story and leads, Lee Strobel uses his experience as a reporter for the Chicago Tribune to interview experts about the evidence for Christ from the fields of science, philosophy, and history.

After having all his questions answered, Strobel pulls the evidence together and presents the verdict. Not surprisingly, the verdict, based on legal rules for evidence, pointed to Jesus being exactly who the Bible says He is. The evidence overwhelmingly points to Jesus being the son of God, who died on the cross and rose three days later. So if you have questions about the truth of the Christian claims, or know someone who does, this book is the best place to start. Written by someone who knew which questions to ask (because he had them too), this book presents logical, rational answers that can help.

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