Rasmussen 77 Percent Believe Jesus Rose From the Dead
April 7, 2012
Erica Ritz

Consider here the impact of Atheism on American Society over the last four decades concerning Christmas Displays, Easter Displays, Ten Commandment Displays and public mentions of God, Jesus, Prayer, Christmas Carols, The Bible, and Now Marriage of a husband and wife and know now the small minority these angry people represent that have been thwarting the religious freedom of the majority of Americans. Understand now how the media on the behalf of these, has turned this nation upside down, and pressured law makers and courts to accommodate unknown rights of a few in freedom from not religion but specifically Christianity.

Realize that the great number of Christians, the majority of those in this nation have fought themselves to a standstill and even to oblivion in taking up the utterly false doctrine of Fairness and such socialist claptrap putting out their eyes, their ears, cutting off their hands and feet, and even castration to the point of complete nullification of themselves all to show they are for equality of all in race sex and religion.In all of this over the last four decades nothing has been gained for Christ and the Church and the family and instead everything has been sacrificed and lost. And we are speaking here specifically of the soul of the church and of this once Christian Nation.

The time has come to recognize the sin corruption and perversion of the truth by our parents and grand parents and turn again to the Lord and to the truth, so as to reverse this nations great moral backslide.If by such a few this great evil could be accomplished, how much more can the many Christians of good heart can turn this nation around beginning in their own households and their own local communities.

Rasmussen Reports 77% of Americans Believe Jesus Rose From the Dead

Rasmussen polled 1,000 adults between April 3-4 on various Easter-related topics, and found some interesting results.

They asked:

1.  Do you consider Easter to be one of our nationís most important holidays, least important holidays or somewhere in between?

2.  Will you attend a church service to celebrate Easter this year?

3.  Will you have a family meal to celebrate Easter?

4.  Will you or your family have an Easter egg hunt for Easter this year?

5.  Do you believe the person known to history as Jesus Christ actually walked the earth about 2000 years ago?

6.  Do you believe that Jesus Christ was the Son of God who came to Earth to die for our sins?

7. Do you believe that Jesus Christ rose from the dead?

Rasmussen Reports 77% of Americans Believe Jesus Rose From the Dead

With a margin of error +/- 3%, Rasmussen found ďAmericansí belief in the divinity of Jesus Christ remains strong

86% of American adults believe that Jesus Christ walked the Earth 2,000 years ago, while just seven percent (7%) donít share this belief.

Furthermore, 77% of those polled believe Jesus rose from the dead.  This is only a percentage point lower (within the margin of error) than in 2011 and 2010, when 78% espoused the same belief.

Rasmussen claims a 95% level of confidence in their report.

How would you answer Rasmussenís questions?