Greetings to all on this Holiest of Christian Days. I intend to be briefly repetitive. With slight differences, however.
For years, this man-in-the-street column has done basic things for your consideration. I’ve reminded about veteran attorney Leon Rockcliffe’s admonition – that Good Friday is indeed a Good and Blessed event so the mourning and the grief should be kept to a minimum; that, to me, Good Friday, when prophecy was fulfilled for the sake of mankind’s redemption, is second only to the marvelous Monday of the Resurrection; and that, Frankly Speaking, if there was no resurrection or belief in that event, Christians have no basis for their faith.
So yes, even though never an activist Christian myself but reasonably exposed to the teachings – and the mysteries and miracles – of the Faith, every Good Friday I cogitate upon all the above (basics).…to continue reading this article, please subscribe. Already a subscriber ? Sign In.