The holiest of holy times is upon the Christian world as nearly one-third of the Earth’s population celebrates the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. 

In a previous essay, I began to show why it is that non-Christians—indeed, all peoples—should also rejoice in the fact that a man named Jesus of Nazareth walked the dusty roads of Israel 2,000 years ago. Here, I will continue to expand upon why it is that, as James Allen Francis memorably remarked in his now famous poem, this son of a 1st century carpenter “is the central figure of the human race.”  Francis is guilty of no overstatement when he wrote that “all the armies that ever marched, all the navies that ever sailed, all the parliaments that ever

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