we look for the resurrection of the dead (4-28)

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Outline “We look for the resurrection of the dead and the life of the world to come” I. Ratzinger on “holy” and “catholic” a. Holiness as the “divine gift that bestows holiness in the midst of human unholiness” (340) b. Catholic as both local unity and multi-cultural unity II. Resurrection a. Central element of Christian faith (1 Cor 15:12-19) i. Compared to Islam ii. Contrast to Hinduism, Buddhism b. Precedents for Christian notions of resurrection of the body i. Resurrection in the OT ii. Immortality of the soul in Greek thought iii. Christian ideas of resurrection of the body respond to Greek and Gnostic dualism c. What does the resurrection body look like? i. Main feature = changelessness ii. Catherine of Genoa (incorruptible body at death, asceticism in life, imitatio
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Unformatted text preview: Christi) d. Mark on the resurrected Christ e. Paul on the resurrection i. Central doctrine of Christian faith ii. Who, what, when, why, how of the resurrection of the body iii. Our resurrection bodies will be different from our earthly bodies f. Ratzinger on the resurrection i. Resurrection of the body = resurrection of the whole human person ii. Resurrection happens because God knows, loves, and remembers us iii. Resurrection is dialogic iv. Resurrection is collective v. Resurrection is a new form of life with a moral dimension III. Art on the resurrection (if theres time) Vocabulary Dialogic immortality...
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2011 for the course THEO 100 taught by Professor Scine during the Spring '08 term at Saint Louis.

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