10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters
Two of the world's major religions observe events this week that are at their essence. Jews on Monday night began a celebration of Passover, which recalls the flight of Israelites from slavery and bondage in Egypt more than 3,000 years ago. Most of Christianity this week is marking the Passion of Jesus Christ, climaxing in His Resurrection. Just as Passover celebrates liberation of Jews from oppression, so Easter celebrates the freeing of Christian believers from the bondage of sin because Jesus took it upon Himself on the cross and triumphed over sin.
This year's program was divided in half with the first hour devoted to Passover and the second to the Passion of Jesus Christ.