|Statement||edited by Robert B. Stewart.|
|Contributions||Wright, N. T., Stewart, Robert B., 1957-|
|LC Classifications||BT482 .C76 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005026261|
The Resurrection of the Son of God is a book for scholars and those interested in the historical concept of resurrection and as specifically applied to Jesus Christ. The author seeks to explain how the term resurrection was used and understood by both pagans (non-Jews and non-Christians in this context) and Jews/5. As N. T. Wright, the prolific biblical scholar and a former Anglican bishop of Durham, England, relates in his book, “The Resurrection of the Son of God,” the story in many ways really begins. Book Review—The Resurrection of Jesus: A New Historiographical Approach Posted on Decem by Tim Chaffey Decem Cover image of Michael Licona’s in-depth examination of Jesus’ Resurrection from a historian’s perspective. The resurrection story is the account of Jesus Christ rising from the dead after being crucified on the cross and buried in the tomb. It is the cornerstone of Christian doctrine and the foundation of Christian hope.
There he wrote the last book of the Bible, The Book of Revelation, in which he not only continued in his belief that Jesus had arisen from the dead, but that He would return physically, in that. admonished him. Then Jesus appeared, and made Thomas touch his wounds: and departed into heaven. This is the second time that he showed himself to his disciples after that he had risen from the dead. This is the Book of the Resurrection of Jesus the Christ, our Lord, in joy and gladness. In peace. Size: KB. Jesus’ resurrection, according to Mark, is not so much about heaven coming down to earth (à la Matthew) as it is about humanity being glorified and lifted up to God. Mark’s portrayal of Jesus is certainly divine, but with a clear focus on being a . The Resurrection of Jesus: A New Historiographical Approach by Michael R. Licona is the most thorough and balanced treatment of the subject I have ever seen in a single volume. Recommendations for further reading are given, but here is .
The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus Gary Habermas and Michael Licona Still my top recommendation for a super-practical training guide to presenting historical evidence for the resurrection. It’s not just focused on the arguments themselves, but suggests tactics for using these ideas in a casual. The historicity of the resurrection is sure to tame any skeptic (outside and within), causing us all to fall on our face and worship the one true Lord, Jesus Christ. The DVD version of this product includes 8 DVDs. The most “user-friendly” defense of the resurrection of Jesus (written as an apologetic manual for Christians); includes a CD with games to help learn the content of the book. The idea of any resurrection at all first emerges clearly in the 2nd-century BC Book of Daniel, but as a belief in the resurrection of the soul alone.