Death And Resurrection

Author: R. A. MacAvoy
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781607012863
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Death And Resurrection from the Author: R. A. MacAvoy. When a near-death experience gives Ewen, a martial artist, the ability to travel between the realms of life and the afterlife, he explores the new realms with Susan, a veterinarian searching for her uncle, and her extraordinary dog, Resurrection.

Death Resurrection And The Great Commission

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Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310424887
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Death Resurrection And The Great Commission from the Author: . The Bible is larger than life, and kids will love reading its stories told through the graphic storytelling of Korean manga. Readers will enjoy learning the Bible's characters and landscapes portrayed through this cutting-edge style of art now popular around the world. NOT EVEN DEATH CAN STOP THE POWER OF JESUS! The pressure's on as the religious establishment tries to clamp down on Jesus to stop his growing popularity. They even entice one disciple to betray the Messiah -- to the death! But when the grave can't hold him, Jesus entrusts the fisherman Peter and the scholar Paul to lead the ongoing mission as the story of God's great work moves back to Jerusalem, up to heaven, and out to the world.

Personal Identity And Resurrection

Author: Georg Gasser
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9781409404934
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Personal Identity And Resurrection from the Author: Georg Gasser. In Personal Identity and Resurrection, leading philosophers and theologians present an indispensable resource for anyone interested in the doctrine of bodily resurrection - be they philosophers, theologians, scholars in religious studies, or believers interested in examining their faith.

Death And Resurrection In Art

Author: Enrico De Pascale
Publisher: Getty Publications
ISBN: 0892369477
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Death And Resurrection In Art from the Author: Enrico De Pascale. "This book will examine the iconography of death as well as that of its symbolic opposite - resurrection and rebirth."-Introduction.

Between Death And Resurrection

Author: Stephen Yates
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1501312308
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Between Death And Resurrection from the Author: Stephen Yates. Christians look with hope to the resurrection of the dead and the restoration of all things. But what of those who have already died? Do they also await these things, or have they in some sense already happened for them? Within the Catholic theological community, this question has traditionally been answered in terms of the disembodied souls of human beings awaiting bodily resurrection. Since the 1960s, Catholic theologians have proposed two alternatives: resurrection at death into the Last Day and the consummation of all things, or resurrection in death into an interim state in which the embodied dead await, with us, the final consummation of all things. This book critically examines the Scriptural, philosophical and theological reasons for these alternatives and, on the basis of this analysis, offers an account of the traditional schema which makes clear that in spite of these challenges it remains the preferable option.

The Historical Jesus Jesus Mission Death And Resurrection

Author: Craig A. Evans
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9780415327534
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The Historical Jesus Jesus Mission Death And Resurrection from the Author: Craig A. Evans. Including a range of materials dating from the nineteenth century to the present, this comprehensive collection brings together the essential research into the historical reality of Jesus the man, his teachings, and the acts and events ascribed to him that comprise the foundational story of one of the world's central religions. br br The set features a substantial new introduction by the editor in the first volume and a full index in the last, and provides work covering all of the key aspects of the field, including the recent discussions concerning anti-Semitism in early Christianity, and the political and ideological filtering of the Jesus story through the Roman empire and beyond.

Death And Resurrection

Author: Dennis J. Horton
Publisher: James Clarke & Co
ISBN: 0227903048
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Death And Resurrection from the Author: Dennis J. Horton. Dennis Horton highlights the shape and function of the death-and-resurrection motif by applying William Freedman's criteria of a literary motif to the Acts narrative. By analyzing the statements about death and resurrection together with the examples of this messianic pattern among the experiences of major and minor characters, the motif becomes clear. This central theme then becomes intensified through contrast with a secondary motif, that of death and decay. Death and Resurrection provides a clear example of a biblical motif and how it develops and functions within the narrative, serving as a valuable guide for future studies of biblical motifs. The work also supplies a needed balance between the extremes of past and present Lukan scholarship by considering the combined effect of suffering and renewed life within a single motif. Both the statements and actions of the characters reveal the importance of the two elements for Lukan theology and soteriology. The function of the motif derives from its usage within the narrative and proves insightful for gaining a better understanding of the aesthetic quality of the story while simultaneously showing how the narrator skillfully wields the motif to provide encouragement to the followers of "The Way," to issue a warning to would-be persecutors, and to deliver an evangelistic message to potential converts such as the "God-fearers." The messianic pattern of death and resurrection becomes a heuristic tool that the narrator carefully applies to create a potent motif with a multifaceted message for a growing and often suffering Christian community.

Frederic Leighton

Author: Dr Keren Rosa Hammerschlag
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1472414357
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Frederic Leighton from the Author: Dr Keren Rosa Hammerschlag. Offering a timely reexamination of the late Victorian period’s most institutionally powerful artist, Keren Rosa Hammerschlag undertakes close readings of Frederic Lord Leighton’s paintings, sculptures, frescos and drawings, and situates them in the context of contemporaneous debates about death and resurrection in theology, archaeology and medicine. The author reconfigures what it meant to be not just a late-Victorian neoclassicist and royal academician, but President of the Victorian Royal Academy.