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Earlier this month, humorist Ricky Gervais presented his arguments for atheism and why he thought he was a better Christian than many Christians. In follow-up essays, Lee Strobel gave his take on Easter and Tony and Emmy-winning actress Kristin Chenoweth offered her take on being a believer in world of make-believe. In this final installment, Tim Lahaye, co-author of the “Left Behind” series, presents his thoughts on Easter and the movies. »

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