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  Resurrection of Jesus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
As the resurrection of Jesus is one of the most important events for Christianity, there are many references to it in the rest of the New Testament.
This rejection of the essentially historical nature of the resurrection of Jesus is one of the issues that have divided orthodox Pauline Christians on the one side from Modernist Christianity, which denies that belief in historical factuality is defensible, but accepts that belief in the resurrection is nevertheless essential to Christian faith.
The Gospels state that the early witnesses to the empty tomb and the resurrected Jesus were women, whose testimony was not regarded as credible in the patriarchal Judaism of that period.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Resurrection_of_Jesus_Christ   (6515 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Resurrection of Jesus Christ
Resurrection is the rising again from the dead, the resumption of life.
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   (2022 words)

  
 The Resurrection of Jesus Christ--Part 2
In the resurrection of Jesus Christ is the heart of the Christian faith.
And Jesus in that moment revealed Himself to her and she was the first, it says in Mark chapter 16, to see the resurrected Christ.
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.
www.biblebb.com /files/MAC/2402.HTM   (6680 words)

  
 The Resurrection of Jesus Christ
Jesus' disciples fled when Jesus was arrested and taken away for trial prior to being crucified.
After Jesus was crucified and buried, they remained in hiding, afraid and depressed, until Mary and others came to tell them that Jesus had risen from the dead.
Several historians have performed exhaustive evaluations of the facts surrounding the resurrection of Jesus Christ and concluded that there is no event of ancient history that is better supported by historical evidence.
www.riverpower.org /resurrection.htm   (2170 words)

  
 The Bodily Resurrection of Jesus
The resurrected Christ, as he was manifested to the church is thus a spiritual body.
Christ makes all the difference; for Paul the souls of the departed are not shut up in caves or caskets until the end time as in Jewish apocalyptic, nor do they 'sleep': rather they go to be with Jesus and experience a conscious, blissful communion with him (cf.
When Christ returns, in a single instant the remains of the natural body are transformed into a powerful, glorious, and imperishable supernatural body under the complete lordship and direction of the Spirit, and the soul of the departed is simultaneously reunited with the body, and the man is raised to everlasting life.
www.leaderu.com /offices/billcraig/docs/bodily.html   (9715 words)

  
 The Resurrection of Jesus Christ--Part 1
Jesus Himself even referred to it in the great Olivet Discourse, Matthew 24:7, about the earthquake that's going to be coming or earthquakes attendant with His return.
But the earthquake was not caused by the resurrection of Christ, it was caused by the arrival of an angel to open the tomb.
And may the resurrection be believed by every person here for the truth that it is and in believing that Jesus lives may we know that by faith in Him we live also.
www.biblebb.com /files/MAC/2401.HTM   (6362 words)

  
 The Resurrection and Exaltation of Jesus Christ
If you are convinced that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and that after he died on the cross he was raised from the dead, you need to put your faith into action by being baptized (immersed) in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead was a controlling factor for the early church.
A fourth reaction of the disciples to the resurrection of Jesus was courage.
www.afn.org /~afn52344/resexalt.html   (20021 words)

  
 The Resurrection of Jesus Christ home page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
"Resurrection is the reunion of the spirit with an immortal physical body.
The body laid in the grave is mortal; the resurrected physical body is immortal.
At April 1982 General Conference, President Marion G. Romney gives witness to the resurrection of Jesus and to set forth, in part at least, the basis upon which that witness rests.
www.lightplanet.com /mormons/basic/christ/resurrection   (219 words)

  
 He is risen!
Woodward expresses his understanding of the importance of the resurrection to Christianity--"By any measure, the resurrection of Jesus is the most radical of Christian doctrines." To strengthen his point, he quotes the late German Marxist philosopher Ernst Bloch.
The most powerful piece of evidence for the resurrection of Jesus is the Bible's record of His appearances.
The Risen Christ that appeared to the Apostle Peter, according to Ludemann...was a subjective "vision" produced by Peter's overwhelming grief and "guilt" for having denied Jesus when he was arrested.
www.bayou.com /~lou2247/risen.html   (2907 words)

  
 THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS CHRIST: FACT OR FABLE?
It is a victory which marks the beginning of a new era (Jn The resurrection is the ultimate expression of the Father's gift of reconciliation and unity in Christ through the Spirit.
This has long been one of the church's foundational beliefs, along with the inerrancy of the Bible, and the virgin birth, the atonement, the future second coming of Jesus, etc. Many Christians regard belief in the resurrection as the central belief of the church.
He had actually said that there is enough historical evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Jesus lived; however there is not the same amount of evidence that he was resurrected.
www.religioustolerance.org /resurrec.htm   (771 words)

  
 TG Jesus Christ, Resurrection
Christ being raised from the dead dieth no more.
Christ shall loose the bands of this temporal death.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
scriptures.lds.org /tgj/jcrsrrct   (235 words)

  
 The Resurrection of Jesus Christ ("Easter") - ChristianAnswers.Net
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.
Was Jesus Christ buried in the wrong tomb?
christiananswers.net /easter.html   (240 words)

  
 The Resurrection of Jesus Christ, Fact or Fiction?
Two major problems: One, If the body of Jesus Christ was available, you'd better believe, the Roman authorities would have paraded His body for all to see.
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.
www.av1611.org /resur.html   (2084 words)

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