The Resurrection of Our Lord

Our Lord ' s Resurrection is the type and model of our own . Through union with
Him we live . In conformity to Him lie both our present and our future glory .
Whatever is told us of our own destiny must have had its analogy in Him . Were it
not so ...

Author: William Milligan

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The Resurrection of the Dead

A Vindication of the Literal Resurrection of the Human Body Calvin Kingsley.
Christ be preached that he rose from the dead , how say some of you that there is
no resurrection of the dead ? But if there be no resurrection from the dead , then
is ...

Author: Calvin Kingsley

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Category: Anastasis, or, The doctrine of the resurrection of the body

Page: 159

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The following pages contain the substance of a discourse on the resurrection of the body, preached in Erie, PA, late in the fall of 1845. The occasion of the sermon was the introduction of numerous copies of a book written by George Bush, Professor of Hebrew in the New York University. The avowed object of the book is to overthrow the commonly received opinion of the resurrection of the body. These books were extensively circulated and read. Some embraced the new theory, others found their faith weakened by the bewildering speculations of the learned author. Under these circumstances, believing the error inculcated in the book to be fundamental; that it aimed a fatal blow at the very vitals of Christianity; that it led directly, in all its tendencies, to infidelity; a refutation was undertaken, and the following discourse, in three parts, delivered during three successive sabbaths. - Advertisement.

Resurrection

Resurrection in Retrospect. A Critical Examination of the Theology of N. T. Wright.
Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2019. ———. The Structure of Resurrection Belief. Oxford
: Clarendon, 1987. Coakley, Sarah. “'Not with the Eye Only.' The Resurrection ...

Author: Karl Olav Sandnes

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1532695896

Category: Religion

Page: 322

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Christian faith depends upon the resurrection of Jesus, but the claim about Jesus' resurrection is, nevertheless, disputed. This book, written by a New Testament scholar and a systematic theologian in conjunction, develops the conditions for the claim. It carefully analyzes the relevant texts and their possible interpretations and engages with New Testament scholarship in order to show nuances and different trajectories in the material. The picture emerging is that the New Testament authors themselves tried to come to terms with how to understand the claim that Jesus had been resurrected from the dead. But the book does not stop there: by also asking for the experiential content that gave rise to the belief in the resurrection. Sandnes and Henriksen argue that there is no such thing as an experience of the resurrection reported in the New Testament--only experiences of an empty tomb and appearance of Jesus, interpreted as Jesus resurrected. Hence, resurrection emerges as an interpretative category for post-Easter experiences, and is only understandable in light of the full content of Jesus' ministry and its context.

Living the Resurrection

In the letters Paul wrote, there are fifty-three references to the resurrection of
Jesus. The resurrection of Jesus is the event that sets and keeps in motion the
entire gospel enterprise. Most of these resurrection texts assert either the
centrality of ...

Author: Eugene H. Peterson

Publisher: NavPress Publishing Group

ISBN: 1641582294

Category: Religion

Page: 160

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God Made You for Resurrection Life Work. Food. Friendship. Does Jesus' Resurrection mean something for them? Eugene Peterson answers with a resounding YES. Dive deep with Peterson into the Gospel stories of the Resurrection. Experience the wonder through the eyes of the biblical witnesses. Discover how the practices and perspectives of resurrection life transform your daily job, your daily meals, and your daily relationships. Peterson's contemplations will move you from Easter Sunday to resurrection life. Living the Resurrection is perfect for reading and discussing with a group, where you can begin to share life--life to the full--the way God intended it.




The Proofs of Christ s Resurrection

Preaching of the Resurrection . as early as Day of Pentecost , 83 , 84 , 101 .
disproves Myths or Legends , 85 , 86 . must be accounted for , 113 , 114 .
theories upon , 113 , 114 . Preaching of Paul , ( Apocryphal , ) 37 . Predictions of
His Death ...

Author: Charles Robert Morrison

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Category: Apologetics

Page: 155

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The Forty Days After Our Lord s Resurrection

it is not of the resurrection of all the dead promiscuously , - it is of the resurrection
of believers ; it is of that resurrection unto life which involves the deliverance of
the soul at death from all the fruits and consequences of its transgressions , and ...

Author: William Hanna

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The Gospel of the Resurrection

Contents . xvii ( B ) The light which the Resurrection throws on the forgiveness of
sin ( 31 ) . In what way the Lord's Suffering and Triumph belong to us ( 32—38 ) .
III . The relation of Self to the World . This is indicated by the dignity assigned to ...

Author: Brooke Foss Westcott

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Category: Resurrection

Page: 216

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The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus

"This compelling book is the most comprehensive defense of Jesus' resurrection anywhere. If you're interested in knowing the evidence for the resurrection and sharing it with others, then you must read this book!

Author: Gary R. Habermas

Publisher: Kregel Publications

ISBN: 9780825494109

Category: Religion

Page: 384

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"A phenomenal resource that is both user-friendly and up-to-date, [and will] equip believers to defend this crucial issue." - Josh McDowell. Includes an interactive CD in a game-show format to test your memory of the key issues and concepts.

On Resurrection

The Dominican scholar Albert the Great was drawn into the university debates in Paris in the 1240s and responded in the text translated here for the first time.

Author: St. Albert the Great

Publisher: Catholic University of America Press

ISBN: 0813233070

Category: Religion

Page: 358

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According to 1 Cor 15.44 and 1 Cor 15.52, the human body “is sown an animal body, [but] it will rise a spiritual body” and “the dead will rise again incorruptible, and we will be changed.” These passages prompted many questions: What is a spiritual body? How can a body become incorruptible? Where will the resurrected body be located? And, what will be the nature of its experience? Medieval theologians sought to answer such questions but encountered troubling paradoxes stemming from the conviction that the resurrected body will be an “impassible body” or constituted from “incorruptible matter.” By the thirteenth century the resurrection demanded increased attention from Church authorities, not only in response to certain popular heresies but also to calm heated debates at the University of Paris. William of Auvergne, Bishop of Paris, officially condemned ten errors in 1241 and in 1244, including the proposition that the blessed in the resurrected body will not see the divine essence. In 1270 Parisian Bishop Étienne Tempier condemned the view that God cannot grant incorruption to a corruptible body, and in 1277 he rejected propositions that a resurrected body does not return as numerically one and the same, and that God cannot grant perpetual existence to a mutable, corruptible body. The Dominican scholar Albert the Great was drawn into the university debates in Paris in the 1240s and responded in the text translated here for the first time. In it, Albert considers the properties of resurrected bodies in relation to Aristotelian physics, treats the condition of souls and bodies in heaven, discusses the location and punishments of hell, purgatory, and limbo, and proposes a “limbo of infants” for unbaptized children. Albert’s On Resurrection not only shaped the understanding of Thomas Aquinas but also that of many other major thinkers.

The Resurrection of the Body in Western Christianity 200 1336

Bynum examines several periods between the 3rd and 14th centuries in which discussions of the body were central to Western eschatology, and suggests that Western attitudes toward the body that arose from these discussions still undergird ...

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Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 9780231515627

Category: Religion

Page: 224

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Bynum examines several periods between the 3rd and 14th centuries in which discussions of the body were central to Western eschatology, and suggests that Western attitudes toward the body that arose from these discussions still undergird our modern notions of the individual. He explores the "plethora of ideas about resurrection in patristic and medieval literature--the metaphors, tropes, and arguments in which the ideas were garbed, their context and their consequences," in order to understand human life after death.


Resurrection

"What made Jesus the Messiah? This book will teach you the Jewish roots of your faith and help you gain a fresh new perspective on the resurrection of Jesus.

Author: Michael L. Brown

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ISBN: 1629996920

Category: Religion

Page: 208

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"What made Jesus the Messiah? This book will teach you the Jewish roots of your faith and help you gain a fresh new perspective on the resurrection of Jesus. In 1994, after one of the greatest rabbis of the twentieth century died at the age of ninety-two, his followers began to proclaim him as the Messiah. They expected him to rise from the dead and even come again. Is this possible? Could a deceased rabbi be the Messiah? In this fascinating book, biblical scholar Michael L. Brown, PhD, takes you on a captivating journey beginning in Brooklyn, New York, where this famous rabbi died in 1994, then back through Jewish history, looking at little-known Jewish beliefs about the Messiah, potential Messiahs that emerged in each generation, and teachings about the reincarnated soul of the Messiah. Dr. Brown then looks at the evidence for the resurrection of Jesus from his unique perspective as a Messianic Jew, demonstrating why Jesus' resurrection uniquely confirms that He alone is the promised Messiah. This page-turner is for everyone who is interested in the Jewish roots of our faith, everyone fascinated by Jewish tradition, and everyone wanting to gain a fresh new perspective on the resurrection of Jesus the Messiah. It is also a great witnessing tool for Christians who want to share the good news of Yeshua the Messiah with their Jewish friends"--