By William Lane Craig
This article attracts at the proof of Paul and the Gospels to provide the case for accepting the historicity of the physically resurrection of Jesus.
Read or Download Assessing the New Testament Evidence for the Historicity of the Resurrection of Jesus: 016 (Studies in the Bible and Early Christianity) PDF
Best religion books
The city panorama is altering and, accordingly, city ministries are at a crossroads. If the Church is to be a good agent of compassion and justice, Robert Lupton notes, we needs to swap our project techniques. during this compelling ebook, Lupton asks the cruel questions about provider offering and group development to aid ministries increase their effectiveness.
A suite of articles from the Bible Believers’ Bulletin at the maximum cult on the earth; surpassing the Mormons, the Jehovah’s Witnesses, or perhaps the Marian cult of Roman Catholicism. those articles represent a documented historical past of infidelity and apostasy between professing Christians from the First-century church to this present day.
"Discrimination," the most well liked buzz be aware within the information media this day, is getting used to cower the robust and stike worry into enterprise, undefined, schooling, golf equipment, contributors, and the "politically right. " It has develop into anything to prevent in any respect expenditures, that are now working into the billsions. Having now develop into a criminal offense, "discrimination" is affecting everything of existence.
- Behold the Man: Jesus and Greco-Roman Masculinity
- Sarapis under the Early Ptolemies
- The Development of the Term ἐνυπόστατος from Origen to John of Damascus
- Anotaciones críticas al texto griego del Génesis
- Institution Organisation Bewegung: Sozialformen der Religion im Wandel
- Dream Killers: Igniting the Passion to Overcome Your Obstacles and Mistakes
Extra info for Assessing the New Testament Evidence for the Historicity of the Resurrection of Jesus: 016 (Studies in the Bible and Early Christianity)
That he wa s ra i sed . • • that he appea r ed . Why t hi s grammatica l l y unnecessary f our -f o ld us e? Kramer ass e r t s t hat i t i s used by Paul to emphasiz e t he single sta t ement s seria lly. u We l l and good; although there seems to be no rea son t o t hi nk t hat th e Ih~ is from Paul' s own hand . But what doe s this impl y f or the notion o f subor d i nat i on? Hus s ner exp l a ins, It i s apparent t here f ore t hat all fo ur s tatements about the subject X"~(I T O S: a re s i gnifica nt a nd no one of t hem may at t he expense o f anot her be weakened or su ppr e s s ed .
For i t appea rs that t he tra di t i on names her e only t he most important witnes ses . Al t houg h s ome crit i cs want t o assert t hat Paul i nt e nds t he l ist to be complete , S there i s no evidence for t his , and t he asse rtion s e ems to be unv erifiable . 3See H. 8 ; H. Shebuoth 4. ~ ed. Hermann L. 4 41, 3 :21 7, 251, 259 . See also Archibald Robe r t s on and Alfred Plummer, First Epistl e of Sai nt Paul to t he Corinthi ans, 2d ed. , ICC ( Edinbur gh : T'T Cl arke , 1967), p . 335; Ernst-Bernard Al lo , Premi~re ~pit re aUK Corin thi ens (Pa ri s: Libra i rie Lec offre , 1934 ) , p .
Joest and w. Pannen berg (Gottinge n: Vandenhoec k & Ruprecht , 19 63 ) , p . 80 . 12 Ha ns conze lmann, Der er s te Br i ef an die Kori nther KEKNT 5 (Got t i nge n : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht , 1969) , p . 304. 13 F . C• Burkitt, Cbr i s t i an Beginnings (LOndon : Univ ersity of London , 1924) , pp. 90- 91; Hans Lietzma nn, Gescb icbte der a1ten Kir che (Berlin : Walter de Gruyter , 19 32 ), I : 52 ; J ac k Finegan, Die Ober1ieferung der Lei densund Aulerst ehungsgeschichte Jesu (Giess en: Toplema nn, 1934 ) , p .
Assessing the New Testament Evidence for the Historicity of the Resurrection of Jesus: 016 (Studies in the Bible and Early Christianity) by William Lane Craig