Why "Three Days & Three Nights"? Stephen Clark
04 February 2017


The UCG statement of beliefs titles the section relating to Christ's death and resurrection as "Three Days and Three Nights". Why do we use this specific title?

There is a fascinating answer that few people take the time to understand.

Listen, as Stephen Clark explains the importance of the phrase in connection with Christ's death and resurrection.

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