In Gone: One Man, One Tomb, One Sunday, Rod Parsley takes readers on a journey to understand the cultural, historical and biblical context of Jesus's death, burial and resurrection. Discover the "behind-the-scenes" spiritual significance of these events, and how your Christian walk will be irreversibly and eternally transformed.
The most significant event in historythe day Jesus vanquished death on Calvarys cruel and biting crossis the crowning achievement of Gods brilliantly executed plan of redemption. And as Rod Parsley suggests, the resurrection is the apex of our faith and hope in Christ.
Parsley takes readers on a profound journey to deepen our surface-level understanding of what happened between the first Good Friday and Easter Sunday by exploring the cultural, historical, and biblical context of Jesuss death, burial, and resurrection. Once readers eyes of understanding are opened to what truly happened that weekend and what one man, in one tomb, on one Sunday accomplishedtheir Christian walk will be irreversibly and eternally transformed.
Rod Parsley is the author of more than fifty books, including his New York Times best seller Culturally Incorrect, and his most recent The Cross and Gods End-Time Calendar. He is an international speaker, a frequent guest on numerous media outlets, and host of the daily television broadcast Breakthrough, viewed by millions worldwide. He is the founder of various ministries, including Valor Christian College, Bridge of Hope missions, and the World Harvest Ministerial Alliance. The role closest to his heart is that of senior pastor and founder of World Harvest Church in Columbus, Ohio, where he resides with his wife, Joni, and their two children.