Summa Theologiae Volume 55 The Resurrection of the Lord

God, it is fitting that Christ's death and resurrection effect the destruction of death as well as the restoration of life. The effect is more specific, however, in the case of exemplar causality, because the death of Christ, ...

Author: Thomas Aquinas

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521029636

Category: Religion

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Paperback reissue of one volume of the English Dominicans' Latin/English edition of Thomas Aquinas' Summa Theologiae.

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 .

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The Resurrection the Life

Phil 3:21 The Resurrection and the Life C hristians are a people with good news to share , and the font and pinnacle of that good news is the resurrection of Jesus Christ . Without the resurrection there would be no good news ...

Author: Stephen J. Binz

Publisher: Twenty-Third Publications

ISBN: 9781585953677

Category: Religion

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Jesus said, ?I am the Resurrection and the Life.? Jesus is God's greatest victory and likewise he is the fulfillment of humanity's deepest longing. Because of the resurrection of Jesus a new age has dawned and life will never be the same again. What exactly did happen on Easter morning? Why did it impel the disciples to begin a journey which would transform the world? What does this mean to us, here where we live today? This book will help you understand what the Scriptures teach us about our own resurrection and how that hope gives purpose to everything that we do.

Resurrection and Discipleship

The earliest Christians did not understand the resurrection of Jesus to be an isolated event, an event completed and frozen into the past. In speaking of the resurrection they used language that made it quite explicit that the ...

Author: Thorwald Lorenzen

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1592445179

Category: Religion

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The authority of the Bible in the Gospel narratives and Paul's impassioned epistles revolve around the factual basis and foundational nature of Christ's resurrection for Christianity. The question is: how can the resurrection best be understood? In 'Resurrection and Discipleship', Thorwald Lorenzen provides a balanced and nuanced investigation of this question.

A Resurrection to Immortality

THE RESURRECTION OF THE DEAD IS A FUTURE EVENT [John 5:28-29; Acts 24:15] Ifa person has an immortal soul that will never be dead and this “soul” is the only part ofa person that will be in Heaven, the New Testament teaching ofthe ...

Author: William Robert West

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 1449715044

Category: Religion

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Life is the most important possession we have. Without it, there is nothing. Only by the resurrection at the second coming of Christ will anyone have life after death. After the resurrection, the fate of those who are in Christ: [1] Eternal life [Romans 6:23] [2]"Shall inherit eternal life" [Matthew 19:29] [3] After the judgment they "shall go away into eternal life" [Matthew 25:46] [4] Will "have eternal life" [John 3:5] [5] Christ will raise them up on the last day [John 6:40] [6] Will be immortal after the resurrection [1 Corinthians 15:5156] [7] Will have incorruption [1 Corinthians 15:42] [8] Will have glory [1 Corinthians 15:43] [9] Will be like Christ "We shall be like him; for we shall see him even as he is" [1 John 3:2] [10] Are "heirs according to the hope of eternal life" [Titus 3:7] [11] Will have a spiritual body [1 Corinthians 15:44] [12] "And as we have borne the image of the earthly (The earthly flesh and blood body of Adam was made to live on this earth but it "cannot inherit the kingdom of God" 1 Corinthians 15:50), we shall also bear the image of the heavenly" (Shall be like the spiritual body of Christ for life in Heaven) [1 Corinthians 15:4756] [13] "Will never perish" [John 10:28] [14] Forever with the Lord [1 Thessalonians 4:17] [15] Many mansions in my father's house: "In my Father's house (Who is in Heaven, Matthew 5:16; 5:45; 5:48; 6:1; 6:9; 7:21; 10:3233) are many mansions...I go to prepare a place for you."

Resurrection

The resurrection of Jesus Christ changed everything. When dawn broke on that first Easter morning, the sun rose on an entirely new world. The very fabric of creation had been transformed. The direction of history had been altered.

Author: Kristie Berglund

Publisher: InterVarsity Press

ISBN: 0830863958

Category: Religion

Page: 64

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Christ's resurrection changed everything. What does it mean to live in the light of that glorious day? This ten-session LifeGuide® Bible Study explores the role of resurrection in our lives through a survey of both New and Old Testament passages. Discover your calling and identity as a child of the risen Lord.

Shakespearean Resurrection

having taken place is a recurrent motif in Shakespeare's comedies and romances, while the countervailing frustration of a failed resurrection is a prominent feature in a number of his tragedies. Two caveats immediately come to mind.

Author: Sean Benson

Publisher: Penn State Press

ISBN: 0820705071

Category: Literary Criticism

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This engaging book demonstrates Shakespeare’s abiding interest in the theatrical potential of the Christian resurrection from the dead. In fourteen of Shakespeare’s plays, characters who have been lost, sometimes for years, suddenly reappear seemingly returning from the dead. In the classical recognition scene, such moments are explained away in naturalistic terms a character was lost at sea but survived, or abducted and escaped, and so on. Shakespeare never invalidates such explanations, but in his manipulation of classical conventions he parallels these moments with the recognition scenes from the Gospels, repeatedly evoking Christ’s resurrection from the dead. Benson’s close study of the plays, as well as the classical and biblical sources that Shakespeare fuses into his recognition scenes, clearly elucidates the ways in which the playwright explored his abiding interest in the human desire to transcend death and to live reunited and reconciled with others. In his manipulation of resurrection imagery, Shakespeare conflates the material with the immaterial, the religious with the secular, and the sacred with the profane.

Empty Tomb Apotheosis Resurrection

555 8.18 Midrash Aleph Bet: The 7 Trumpet Blasts and the Resurrection .. 556 8.19 The Sufferings of the Messiah and Resurrection......................... 557 9 Resurrection and the Frescoes of Dura Europos.

Author: John Granger Cook

Publisher: Mohr Siebeck

ISBN: 3161565037

Category: Religion

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Back cover: In this work, John Granger Cook argues that there is no fundamental difference between Paul's conception of the resurrection body and that of the Gospels; and, the resurresction and translation stories of antiquity help explain the willingness of Mediterranean people to accept the Gospel of a risen savior.

Resurrection in Retrospect

portrayed in uncompromisingly material terms,54 it is hardly fair to argue that it is used to discredit resurrection belief per se. indeed, this distinction is usually designed to defend resurrection belief in the face of a popular ...

Author: Peter Carnley

Publisher: ISD LLC

ISBN: 0227907167

Category: Religion

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In 2003 the British New Testament scholar N. T. Wright published The Resurrection of the Son of God, arguing vigorously that the Resurrection of Christ should be handled purely as a historical event - subjected to historical reason and critical-historical research. This book critically examines Wright's arguments. Peter Carnley demonstrates the flaws in the view that the Resurrection should be understood essentially as Jesus' return from the dead to this world of space and time in a material and physical body. Carnley argues that the Resurrection of Christ is a "mystery of God", which must necessarily be appropriated, not by reason alone, but by faith. Evidence relating to a past occurrence can be known only retrospectively. Yet Easter faith has to do with apprehending in the present a concretely experienced reality - which Saint Paul called "the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus" (Rom 8:2). An epistemology of the identification of the Spirit in faith as the living presence of Christ will be found in the companion volume to this book: The Reconstruction of Resurrection Belief.


Affirming the Resurrection of the Incarnate Christ

Lordship of Jesus is explicitly linked to the resurrection. Dunn comments on Romans 10:9 that: '[B]elief in the resurrection of Jesus is here a corollary of the confession that Jesus is Lord.'97 This again reveals the logic of linking ...

Author: Matthew D. Jensen

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1107027292

Category: Bibles

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Revision of the author's Ph.D. thesis, submitted to the University of Sydney in 2010.

Resurrection Hell and the Afterlife

GRANT, R.M. (1948) The Resurrection of the Body. Journal of Religion. 28 (2), pp. 120¥30 and 28 (3), pp. 188¥208. GRANT, R.M. (1954) Athenagoras or Pseudo-Athenagoras. Harvard Theological Review. 47, pp. 121¥29.

Author: Mark Finney

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 131723636X

Category: Religion

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This book begins by arguing that early Greek reflection on the afterlife and immortality insisted on the importance of the physical body whereas a wealth of Jewish texts from the Hebrew Bible, Second Temple Judaism and early (Pauline) Christianity understood post-mortem existence to be that of the soul alone. Changes begin to appear in the later New Testament where the importance of the afterlife of the physical body became essential, and such thoughts continued into the period of the early Church where the significance of the physical body in post-mortem existence became a point of theological orthodoxy. This book will assert that the influx of Greco-Romans into the early Church changed the direction of Christian thought towards one which included the body. At the same time, the ideological and polemical thrust of an eternal tortuous afterlife for the wicked became essential.


Resurrection Initiation

contains the following quotes: Qur'an, Surah 17, Bani Israel (The Children of Israel), Verse 13-15,—“And every man's augury have we fastened to his own neck, and We shall bring forth for him on the Day of Resurrection a book which he ...

Author: Midas Mantra

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781465303165

Category: Religion

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Is there life after death? What are the pyramids for? What is The Process and t he Joy man’s destiny on Earth? In 2001 I died and became the god of resurrection. In this divine state I promised to ‘teach of the process and of the joy’ before returning to my body, fi nding myself in a world of strange auras and weird synchronicity. My hedonistic life of travel crumbled as I struggled to cope with the enormity of this experience and my new found view of the world. Just as I was fi nding my feet, I died again and travelled to the Godhead. Through meditation I experienced the breathless state of Samadhi and travelled the corridors of the cosmic temple of the wheel of time. Through books I found confi rmation as to the nature of the resurrection initiation and its use by ancient shaman, Egyptian, Mayan and Indian kings as well as by Jesus and Plato. This book is an attempt to fulfi l my souls promise and unveil the great mystery.

Success Resurrection by a Success Resurrector

Born winner, thank you for participating in this success resurrection program. Now, born winner, could you give your permission that you are giving your full attention and that you are giving your full participation while you are ...

Author: Dr. AJ Rolls

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 1698708718

Category: Fiction

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Success Resurrection by a Success Resurrector received a score of 100%. Why? Because this success resurrecting program is a winner that we are keeping 100%, and that is a guarantee. This Scientific, Systematic, and Formulated Success Resurrecting program, “Success Resurrection by a Success Resurrector,” is helping you to help yourself: • Learn how to get 100 years of living out of your life. • Know: Why you are a born winner. • Proof: You are a born winner. • Success Laxative. Clean the negative crap out of your: Soul, Spirit, Mind, Emotions, Physicality, Money, Situation, and Opportunities. • Give yourself a Success Resurrection: Soulfully, Spiritually, Mentally, Emotionally, Physically, Financially, Situationally, and Opportunities. • Release, let go of, and delete: Curses, Negatives, and Negative Programming that are; In you, on you, and around you. • Resurrect new success in your life now.

The Resurrection of the Messiah

Pinchas Lapide, The Resurrection of Jesus: A Jewish Perspective (Minneapolis: Augsburg, 1983), 92. 31. On these particular passages, see Aitken, Jesus' Death, 27–54, 55–87, 130–64. Aitken is particularly helpful in pointing to the place ...

Author: Christopher Bryan

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0190454083

Category: Religion

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In The Resurrection of the Messiah, Christopher Bryan combines literary, historical, and theological approaches in a study of the doctrine of the Resurrection. The book is divided into three parts. The first section provides a careful and sympathetic description of first-century Jewish and pagan opinions and beliefs about death and what might follow. This is followed by a presentation of a general account of early Christian claims about the death and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth. The second part of the book offers a detailed, full-length commentary on and exegesis of the main New Testament texts that speak of Jesus' death and resurrection: 1 Corinthians 15 and the narratives in the four canonical gospels. As a framework for this commentary, Bryan utilizes the pattern of apostolic preaching presented by Paul and then echoed by each of the four evangelists, namely the formula "Christ died, Christ was buried, Christ has been raised, Christ appeared." The final section of the book is spent discussing and evaluating various proposals that have been made by those attempting to explain the data in ways that differ from the traditional Christian explanation. Bryan also considers various theological and ethical implications of accepting the claim "Jesus Christ has been raised from the dead." Throughout his study, Bryan exhibits a willingness to face hard questions as well as an appropriate reverence for a faith that for almost two thousand years has enabled millions of people to lead lives of meaning and grace.

Resurrection The Origin of a Religious Fallacy

Resurrection Theory is so convoluted that you probably need to be educated to PhD level to analyse it meaningfully. Once you do, you discover that it is false in every conceivable way. Yet none of the simpletons who believe in ...

Author: Adam Weishaupt

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1447890558

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Most people who believe in resurrection have no idea what this concept entails. It's the product of Jewish Messianic theory which says that a Jewish priest-king will one day establish an earthly paradise, and all the righteous Jews who died before the establishment of "the Kingdom" will be raised from the dead to enjoy the rewards of remaining faithful to Jehovah. Since they are coming back to this earth, they need their body back. The problem with the Messianic theory of the soul is that it is incompatible with the God theory of the soul that talks of an immaterial heaven and immaterial soul. What possible meaning could physical resurrection have in a non-physical afterlife? This book by the Pythagorean Illuminati, the oldest secret society in the world, traces the extraordinary story of how the materialistic theory of resurrection became hopelessly confused with the Platonic theory of the immaterial soul, leading to insanely illogical religions such as Christianity.

The Resurrection of the Dead and Eternall Judgement Or the Truth of the Resurrection of the Bodies Both of Good and Bad at the Last Day Asserted and Proved by God s Word Etc

Acts 23.6,7,8 , Further , the Resurrection here fpoken of , must needs be the Resurre & ion of the Body , because it is called , a Resurrection of the Dead , both of the juft , and sujuft , chac is , of both Saiots and sinners ...

Author: John Bunyan

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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 .

Author: Charles Robert Morrison

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Category: Apologetics

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