This week hundreds of millions of Christians around the globe mark the arrival of “Holy Week,” a time to remember and to celebrate the crucifixion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

In layman’s terms, “Holy Week” is a big deal. So it’s a little peculiar that Time magazine chose as this week’s cover “What If There’s No Hell?” essentially an argument against the historical interpretation of Christianity and what, to Christians, is necessary for salvation.

While Time is certainly within its rights to publish such a story and, indeed, the points made by it are certainly worthy of discussion, the appearance of such a piece just before Easter could be considered something of an affront to those who believe Jesus Christ was whom the Bible presents him as being.

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