Lecture 15 - The Resurrection

Lecture 15 - The Resurrection - The disciples went to the...

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Lecture XV: The Resurrection Introduction o Only one meaning to “resurrection” o Where did Jesus’ spirit go while his body was dead? o His resurrection verifies his worldly ministry Historical facts which confirm the resurrection o Changed life of the disciples Before the resurrection, the disciples are fearful o Paul’s radical repentance Attempts to explain the empty tomb o The Swoon Theory Jesus did not die on the cross o The Theft Theory Someone stole the body of Jesus o The Hallucination Theory The people that saw the Resurrected Lord were hallucinating o The Wrong Tomb Theory
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Unformatted text preview: The disciples went to the wrong tomb o The Mythological Parallel Theory Christians wanted their own myth about resurrection because Greek and Roman gods were said to rise from the dead Post-resurrection appearances o Appears only to the faithful o Jesus has a glorified body Often He is not recognized Conclusion o The resurrection of Jesus is a non-scientific event Not repeatable o The resurrection of Jesus is a non-historical even which happened in history Cannot see events leading up to and causing it...
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