Acton Institute Powerblog Archives

Post Tagged 'easter'

#Occupy: The New New Pentecost?

Over at the Sojourners blog, Harry C. Kiely boldly considers whether the Occupy movement can be considered “the New Pentecost.” However, there are a myriad of problems with his comparison. First and most importantly, from a Christian point of view, there already has been a “New Pentecost.” It is found in Acts 2. Continue Reading...

Coptic Bishop: On the Resurrection

The following is a devotional on the meaning of Easter, or Pascha, from Angaelos, General Bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the United Kingdom. More from Bishop Angaelos may be found on his blog. Continue Reading...

Messages for Easter

Easter is fast approaching, and in light of this revered day, we take a look at Easter messages the Acton Institute has published in the past. A day celebrated by all Christians, Easter can mean many different things for people. Continue Reading...

Good Friday — Lamentations

Today is hung upon the Cross, He Who suspended the Earth amid the waters. A crown of thorns crowns Him, Who is the King of Angels. He, Who wrapped the Heavens in clouds, is clothed with the purple of mockery. Continue Reading...

Resurrection

If it be all for nought, for nothingness At last, why does God make the world so fair? Why spill this golden splendor out across The western hills, and light the silver lamp Of eve? Continue Reading...