I got to wondering... why do they call it Good Friday?
I mean, after all, isn't this the day the Romans crucified Jesus on the cross?
Where's the good in that?
If you're Christian, shouldn't this be a day of sorrow, or something?
If you're a non-Christian, like a Jew or Muslim, I could understand where this would be a good day. If you're Jew, someone who doesn't believe that Jesus was the real messiah, there's one less of those false prophets walking around. If you're Muslim, there's one less heathen for you to worry about killing. So, yeah, for you guys, this could be considered a Good Friday.
But for you Christians... ?