"So the main question is not, Which humans brought about the death of Jesus but,
What did the death of Jesus bring about for humans - including Jews and Muslims
and Buddhists and Hindus and nonreligious secularists - and all people everywhere?
When it is all said and done, the most crucial question is: Why?
Why did Christ suffer and die? Not why in the sense of cause,
but why in the sense of purpose?"-John Piper
Yes, Jesus arose with a question... John 20:15 Jesus said unto her, Woman, why do you weep? whom do you seek? She, supposing him to be the gardener, said unto him, Sir, if you have borne him away, tell me where you have laid him, and I will take him away.
My question for you is...
What do you see here? Do you see dead, frozen, lifeless trees? Do you see Winter? Why are you sad? Why do you weep?
I see life, sunrises, and Spring. I see this tree in all that it has been in the past, because I know that is what it will be again in the future. This is, in essence, the spirit of Easter… resurrection, an anastomosis performed by God on a yearly basis.