Risen Indeed: Making Sense of the Resurrection

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1993 - Religion - 220 pages
Philosopher Davis argues that Christian belief in the resurrection is rational on historical, philosophical, and theological grounds. Each of the book's ten chapters takes up a different aspect of the Christian concept of bodily resurrection and subsequently deals with such matters as perservation of personal identity and soul-body dualism, issues in biblical scholarship, and the reliability of New Testament accounts.
 

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In a field crowded by apologists, historians, and New Testament scholars, Stephen T. Davis may seem a bit out of place writing about the historicity of the resurrection of Jesus. He is, afterall, a ... Read full review

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A (mostly) philosophical defense of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Read full review

Contents

Resurrection and Miracle
1
Resurrection and History
22
Resurrection and Bodily Resurrection
43
Resurrection and the Empty Tomb
62
General Resurrection and Dualism
85
General Resurrection and Physicalism
110
Uniqueness Duplication and Survival
132
Resurrection and Judgment
147
Resurrection and Apologetics
168
Resurrection and Meaning
191
Bibliography
210
Index
217
Acknowledgments
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