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In the News (Wed 17 Apr 19)

  
 Orthodox Christians Celebrate Easter
A dimmed Cathedral of St. George slowly became brighter as Bartholomew lit the candles of worshippers to represent the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Christ is Risen from the dead, trampling down death by death and upon those in the tombs bestowing life.
After a service at each church, the symbolic body of Christ, fashioned out of bundled sheets, was taken down from a cross and placed in a makeshift tomb the size of a compact car, which was draped with an ornate tapestry and adorned with thousands of flowers.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/901051/posts

  
 The Resurrection of Jesus Christ--Part 2
Here is Christ in resurrection glory...here is the Son of God in His kingly majesty having conquered death and in a very simple and warm and human way He simply stops some women that He loves and with human tenderness and very natural human sympathy He says good morning, hi.
Secondly, the resurrection means that Jesus Christ is the Son of God as He claimed to be, that He as God has power over death.
In the resurrection of Jesus Christ is the heart of the Christian faith.
www.biblebb.com /files/MAC/2402.HTM

  
 Supporting evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus Christ
Jesus' followers couldn't have faced torture and death unless they were sure of his resurrection.
Just a short time after Jesus' crucifixion and burial, Peter showed up in Jerusalem preaching boldly, at the threat of death, that Jesus was the Christ and had been resurrected.
This was the one belief that separated the followers of Jesus from the Jews and turned them into the community of the resurrection.
unsolvedmysteries.com /usm306345.html

  
 Resurrection of Jesus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The resurrection of Jesus perhaps the most significant part of the New Testament, where, according to Christian Theology, it is the point in scripture where Jesus gives his ultimate demonstration that he has power over life and death, thus he has the ability to give people eternal life.
Liberal Christians consider the significance of the resurrection to be a religious symbol of hope, and accept it as a richly symbolic and spiritually nourishing myth.
Held by the majority of Christians, the Catholic view is that Jesus willingly sacrificed himself as an act of perfect obedience, atoning for the disobedience of Adam, and thus cleansing Mankind of the stain of original sin.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Resurrection_of_Jesus   (3403 words)

  
 Jesus' Resurrection
Jesus' Resurrection from the dead is as essential to the Christian faith as His death upon the cross.
Paul writes in his first letter to the Corinthians "For I delivered unto you first of all that which I also received, how that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures; And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures" (1 Corinthians 15:3-4).
The men who believed in Jesus' Resurrection from the dead, known today as Christ's Disciples, certainly had their testimony, as well as their convictions, tested by those who disbelieved.
www.allaboutjesuschrist.org /jesus-resurrection.htm   (484 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Resurrection of Jesus Christ
The Resurrection of Christ has much in common with the general resurrection; even the transformation of His body and of His bodily life is of the same kind as that which awaits the blessed in their resurrection.
The idea of a resurrection from the grave was familiar to the disciples from their Jewish faith; they had also vague intimations in the prophecies of the Old Testament; finally, Jesus Himself had always associated His Resurrection with the predictions of his death.
Resurrection is the rising again from the dead, the resumption of life.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/12789a.htm   (1988 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Resurrection of Jesus Christ
The idea of a resurrection from the grave was familiar to the disciples from their Jewish faith; they had also vague intimations in the prophecies of the Old Testament; finally, Jesus Himself had always associated His Resurrection with the predictions of his death.
The Resurrection of Christ has much in common with the general resurrection; even the transformation of His body and of His bodily life is of the same kind as that which awaits the blessed in their resurrection.
Christ's Resurrection is necessarily a glorious one; it implies not merely the reunion of body and soul, but also the glorification of the body.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/12789a.htm   (1988 words)

  
 The Resurrection of Jesus Christ, Fact or Fiction?
An article, suggesting Jesus faked His death and resurrection, appeared in the prestigious British Journal of the Royal College of Physicians.
To deny the resurrection of Jesus Christ you have to close your eyes to the overwhelming facts of history.
Simon Greenleaf believed the Resurrection of Jesus Christ was a hoax.
www.av1611.org /resur.html   (2084 words)

  
 The Resurrection of Jesus
The certainty of the resurrection and of life eternal which is bound up with the grave in Joseph's garden has not perished, and on the conviction that Jesus lives we still base those hopes of citizenship in an Eternal City.
The firm belief in the resurrection and the eternal life is one of the products of Christianity, and rests upon the resurrection of Christ.
Easter faith is the conviction that the crucified one gained a victory over death; that God is just and powerful; that He who is the first born among many brethren still lives.
latter-rain.com /ltrain/resurr.htm   (398 words)

  
 Resurrection, a web page of Leslie John
Brother/Sister, Mary Magdalene and Mary, mother of James were eager to see Jesus Christ on the third day after His death.
They rushed to the tomb where Jesus was buried early in the morning, and saw the stone rolled away.
They were worried; then came two men in white dazzling apparel to console them that Jesus Christ has risen from the dead and He is not to be sought any more among the dead.
www.lesliejohn.net /resurrection.htm   (298 words)

  
 The Resurrection of Jesus Christ ("Easter") - ChristianAnswers.Net
Biblical description of Christ's last day, death and resurrection: As told by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.
The Resurrection of Jesus Christ ("Easter")- ChristianAnswers.Net
Jesus only fainted and then recovered from his wounds.
www.christiananswers.net /easter.html   (241 words)

  
 TG Jesus Christ, Resurrection
Christ shall loose the bands of this temporal death.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Christ being raised from the dead dieth no more.
scriptures.lds.org /tgj/jcrsrrct   (241 words)

  
 The Resurrection of Jesus Christ, Fact or Fiction?
An article, suggesting Jesus faked His death and resurrection, appeared in the prestigious British Journal of the Royal College of Physicians.
To deny the resurrection of Jesus Christ you have to close your eyes to the overwhelming facts of history.
Simon Greenleaf believed the Resurrection of Jesus Christ was a hoax.
www.av1611.org /resur.html   (241 words)

  
 The Resurrection of Jesus Christ ("Easter") - ChristianAnswers.Net
Biblical description of Christ's last day, death and resurrection: As told by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.
The Resurrection of Jesus Christ ("Easter")- ChristianAnswers.Net
Was Jesus Christ buried in the wrong tomb?
christiananswers.net /easter.html   (241 words)

  
 Early Christian Apocalyptic Thought - Meadowdale Ministries
Thus, Jesus as God's Son and holy man (as the gospel tries to show), pleases God in his life, death, and resurrection and now demands that his disciples and community, follow him on the way and not sit back and wait for the end of the world and Jesus' return.
Jesus is to return soon as Son of Man to bring an end to suffering, to defeat the forces of evil, to judge the righteous and the ungodly, and to inaugurate God's eternal kingdom.
Jesus then is the source of the apocalypticist's knowledge, the one to whom God has given the secrets of the endtime.
thirdwoe.com /ecat.htm   (241 words)

  
 Did Jesus' ressurection really happen?
Jesus was crucified like many others, He was actually crucified alongside of a couple of thieves, but sure enough after he died, 3 days later He rose from the dead and appeared to over 500 people.
However when Jesus had supposedly been resurrected and appeared to all of His disciples in bodily form, (Jesus ate a piece of fish in their presence) the lives of the disciples where completely changed.
The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the most important event in the Bible.
www.bestandworst.com /52/reason-believe-christ-because-52411.html   (241 words)

  
 Grant R. Jeffrey Ministries
Jesus Christ chose the twelve apostles whose role was to confirm by their words of witness and their lives the reality of the life, death, and resurrection of Him.
Jesus Christ chose His band of disciples, not for what they were in themselves before He met them, but for what they could become after the touch of the Master's Hand.
The Roman accusation that the early Christians taught "a new superstition" was related to the Gospel's claim that Jesus had risen from the dead and that He was the Son of God.
www.grantjeffrey.com /article/historicalev.htm   (241 words)

  
 The Evidence for the Death and Resurrection of Jesus
In fact, confidence in the Resurrection report would have been further eroded by the specific mention of Mary Magdalene as one of the first people to see the risen Jesus, since she was possibly a prostitute and had been severely demonized (Mark 16:9).
At Jesus' burial, a one- to two-ton circular stone was wedged in a groove or trench uphill from the tomb of Joseph of Arimathea (in which Jesus was laid), and when the wedge was removed the large heavy stone rolled into position to block the entrance to the tomb (Matthew 27:57-60).
Jesus was executed at the time of the Passover Feast (John 13:1), but the disciples did not begin preaching about the Resurrection until they were filled with the Holy Spirit at Pentecost (Acts 2:1-4), 50 days after Passover.
www.layhands.com /EvidenceForTheResurrection.htm   (241 words)

  
 THE GOD YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
The Christian faith rises and falls with the truth of the resurrection of Jesus Christ - If the resurrection did not happen then Jesus' death has no value to us and our faith is in vain.
Jesus is in agony and the disciples are asleep
For a god to be active, dynamic and making a difference in the lives of its followers that god must have life.
www.firstbaptistwheeling.org /Isalive.htm   (241 words)

  
 FRAGMENTS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT
The precise figure is 33.7% and is meant to embrace followers of Jesus the Christ affiliated to churches (church members, including children, making up 1,791,227,000 of this total), plus persons professing Christianity by census or poll, though not church-goers as such.
The Revelation of Jesus to the Apostles Concerning Abbaton, the Angel of Death.
A Coptic Fragment of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, after Schmidt.
essenes.net /ntfrag.html   (241 words)

  
 Focus on the Kingdom October 1998
We are not suggesting that the death and resurrection of Jesus are minor components in the Gospel.
And that cherished status quo dictates, in the form of an all-pervading dogma, that the death and resurrection of Jesus comprise the whole Gospel.
The Kingdom of God is the bedrock foundation of the Gospel, to which were added later, as they happened, the crucial facts about Jesusdeath for sins and his resurrection to immortality.
www.focusonthekingdom.org /11.htm   (241 words)

  
 belmythvjesusmyth.html
We herein have an ancient Egyptian mythical element of a death and resurrection and a parallel to the death and resurrection mythical element in the Jesus myth.
Was the Assyrian/Babylonian Bel myth in which a god is slain and resurrected a forerunner of the Jesus crucifixion/resurrection myth?
The Egyptian Horus myth mystical elements of annuncation, immaculate impregnation, birth, and adoration are similar to the mythical elements of the early life of Jesus found in the Jesus myth.
www.bobkwebsite.com /belmythvjesusmyth.html   (3394 words)

  
 THE VICTORY OVER DEATH
The supernatural, bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ is all about the victory over sin in our lives, over the guilt and shame that we carry around because we know we're sinners, and over the greatest enemy that we're all going to have to face: death.
Death in a sense represents either the door of resurrection in Christ, being raised imperishable, inheriting eternal life, living forever forgiven and free of sin; or the door to terrible judgment, dying in our sins, suffering eternal death, being sinners forever.
Jesus, through his death and glorious resurrection by his heavenly Father, has conquered all those things.
www.pbc.org /dp/goins/4539.html   (3394 words)

  
 The Death Warrant on Darkness
That's because Jesus' resurrection was the death warrant of darkness.
All the great atheists were and are impotent when it comes to executing the death warrant on Jesus Christ, the way, the truth and the life.
The good news is that Jesus has signed the death warrant of darkness.
www.newhope.bc.ca /96-12-15.htm   (3394 words)

  
 TF-Nov96-runia
In his first sermon on the day of Pentecost Peter does proclaim that Jesus' death was according to the plan of God (2:23) and that it was God who had raised Jesus (2:24), but he was not yet able to say what the import of this death and resurrection were.
He fully maintains the unicity and finality of Jesus Christ, as appears from the following statement: "Jesus Christ is unique, incomparable, irreplaceable and decisive for all ages and peoples." 46 At the same time he tries as much as possible to do justice to the other religions.
Jesus' resurrection is the anticipation of the great eschatological resurrection that shall take place at the end of history.
www.gospelcom.net /rec/TF-Nov96-runia.html   (3394 words)

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