Holy Saturday — The Day Jesus went to Hell and Kicked A$@

Let’s be honest, the day between Good Friday and Easter Sunday is the most boring part about Christianity’s most important holiday.  The whole Jesus narrative just kind of goes on pause at the end of Easter Week.

Yesterday we remembered the Crucifixion — a mad drama with unjust villains, angry crowds, torture, tears and forgiveness.  Oh, and don’t forget the earthquakes, thunder and zombies!

But today we’re all just kind of holding our breath, waiting for that moment when Christ bursts forth from the tomb like an unkillable badass and knocks out a bunch of Roman soldiers.

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