The Resurrection in Scripture

Resurrection – Trinity

Last Sunday was Trinity Sunday. The word “Trinity” doesn’t appear in Scripture, although there are hints particularly in the Great Commission (Matt 28:19) and Paul’s farewell in Second Corinthians (2 Cor. 13:13). The word itself first appears in the late second-century writing by Tertullian called Against Praxeas. There are different ways of approaching the Trinity. One of the more …

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Resurrection – Gospel of Matthew

This evening, please read the Resurrection narrative given to us in Matthew 28. I have attached the excerpt concerning the gospel of Matthew from N. T. Wright’s The Resurrection of the Son of God if you wish to dive deeper into the text. Although 97% of Mark’s gospel text is found in Matthew, Matthew will rework Mark in his retelling …

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Resurrection – 1 Corinthians 15

During Eastertide this year, we will be walking through the biblical accounts of the Resurrection appearances of Jesus. The apostles witnessed and experienced something extraordinary on the Sunday after the Crucifixion and in the weeks that followed. What we have in the Scriptural accounts is their attempts to articulate what occurred. These accounts use different …

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