The Resurrection of Jesus in the New Testament. What is Resurrection?. Resurrection - a transition from mortal life on earth, through physical death, to a new, completely different, form of immortal life: . It is not:.
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The Resurrection of Jesus in the New Testament
Resurrection - a transition from mortal life on earth, through physical death, to a new, completely different, form of immortal life:
Earliest Stages in OT:
No belief in life after death; life simply ceases to exist:
Middle Stages in OT:
Belief in a general resuscitation or reanimation of many of the dead, or the whole nation, to a renewed life on earth:
Latest Stages in OT:
Beginning beliefs in continued life after death and/or resurrection from the dead for individuals:
Belief in resurrection from death to a new and different form of life:
“I am the resurrection. If anyone believes in me, even though he dies, he will live” (John 11:21, 23-25)
Effect of resurrection:
Comes from early Church father Irenaeus: