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If my theology background was deeper, I would probably have rated this five stars. It is well-written and thought provoking; highly enjoyable.Published 13 days ago by George Cross
This book definitely gets an individual who follows "Biblical" Christianity thinking. Some of it makes a lot of sense and some of it I'll set on the shelf for a while.Published 15 days ago by Mia
It is important for anyone with a Christian worldview to think about what happens after they die. This book is a great way to explore what your beliefs are, and what scripture says... Read morePublished 23 days ago by B. Ross
The ideas about what most of us have on the true Christian hope may not be exactly the what Jesus meant us to have. This book helps us to clarify what is the true Christian hope.Published 1 month ago by JacVital
Very well written. Loved NT Wright. Great insights. Recommended!Published 1 month ago by Sue Ferdig
This book has been one of my favorite for a several years now since I first read it. I initially picked it up to develop a more grounded theological and historical understanding... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cici123
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|What do we mean by 'resurrection of the body'?||
Great answer! It's hard to know if we are dichotic or trichotic. I lean toward trichotic, our soul is bought and paid for by God, thus perfect. Our spirit can sin, causing the need of our Redeemer. Our material bodies our temporary tents. I have a hard time believing our soul goes to a... Read More
Aug 25, 2008 by Jesse Ahmann | See all 5 posts
|The strange absence of Christian hope in the resurrection narratives.||
In the gospels, the disciples take on Jesus was an Earthly Messiah. Resurrection, however, much he discussed it in parables, indeed explained it's significance to the disciples they really didn't get it on their radars until afterwards. The joy and the hope of the resurrection came afterwards... Read More
Feb 12, 2008 by Christie L. Dunn | See all 3 posts