3 edition of discourse concerning the Resurrection of Jesus Christ found in the catalog.
by Printed by J. Darby in Bartholomew-Close, and sold by Andr. Bell in Cornhill, and B. Lintott near the Temple Gate in Fleet Street in London
Written in English
|Statement||by Humphry Ditton.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 510,  p.|
|Number of Pages||510|
In various places throughout Josephus' writings, whether he is describing his personal life or depicting the history of his Jewish ancestors, one gets a clear picture of a distinct relationship between Josephus and Christ. Josephus even devotes a whole dissertation to Jesus Christ. And when Josephus does not specifically cite by name Christ or Jesus, he makes generous allusions to that heavenly presence . This second major discourse of Jesus focuses on the disciples' mission to Israel (vv. 1– 15), preparation for a worldwide mission among the Gentiles (vv. 16–23), and characteristics that Jesus' disciples will need to embody as they carry out that mission (vv. 24–42).File Size: KB.
When sickness tries to come, apply the Blood of Jesus and His resurrection power. If lack is causing your heart to fear, declare that the enemy is defeated and claim the triumph of Jesus and His resurrection power. Jesus paid a very high a price for you to not accept anything less than complete and total victory in His name. 5. The Historicity of the Resurrection of Christ By Mark Musser The crucifixion of Jesus Christ (33 A.D.) is the most attested historical fact of the ancient world.
The New Testament writings contend that the resurrection was "the beginning of His exalted life" [note 12] as Christ and Lord. [web 1] Jesus is the " firstborn of the dead," prōtotokos, the first to be raised from the dead, and thereby acquiring the "special status of the firstborn as the preeminent son and heir.". Prophecy tells not only that Jesus would rise from the dead, but also specifies the day after His burial when the Resurrection would take place. Jesus said that the prophets indicate the third day (Luke ). Paul agreed that Christ's resurrection on the third day is .
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A Discourse Concerning The Resurrection Of Jesus Christ: In Three Parts. A Discourse Concerning the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, Together With an Appendix Concerning the Impossible Production of Thought, from Matter and Mo, ISBNISBNLike New Used, Free shipping in the US Seller assumes all responsibility for this Rating: % positive.
This book provides an original and comprehensive assessment of the hypotheses concerning the origin of resurrection Christology. It fills a gap in the literature by addressing these issues using a transdisciplinary approach involving historical-critical study of the New Testament, theology, analytic philosophy, psychology and comparative religion/5(4).
A Discourse Concerning the Resurrection of Jesus Christ: In Three Parts. By Humphry Ditton, Item PreviewPages: A discourse concerning the Resurrection of Jesus Christ: in three parts : together with an appendix concerning the impossible production of thought, from matter and motion ; the nature of human souls, and of brutes ; the anima mundi, and the hypothesis of the to pan ; as also, concerning Divine Providence, the origin of evil, and the universe in generalPages: SYNOPSIS: Three specific warnings to disciples are repeated by Jesus in his Olivet Discourse to help them avoid deception.
The final block of teaching by Jesus before his death is referred to commonly as the ‘Olivet Discourse.’ It was given to his twelve disciples while on the Mount of Olives shortly before his arrest and trial (Matthew chap M Luke 21). In the final discourse, Jesus takes on the role of Jeremiah and Ezekiel, a thunderous prophet.
As Jeremiah, Jesus verbally attacks the priests and leaders (the scribes, Pharisees, and hypocrites) in chap uttering discourse concerning the Resurrection of Jesus Christ book prophetic “woes” against them in the temple, just as Jeremiah did in his temple sermons (see Jeremiah 7 and 26).
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. A discourse concerning the knowledge of Jesus Christ by William Sherlock,Printed by J.M. for W. Kettilby edition,Author: William Sherlock. Now if Christ is preached, that He has been raised from the dead, how do some among you say that there is no resurrection of the dead.
But if there is no resurrection of the dead, not even Christ has been raised; and if Christ has not been raised, then our preaching is vain, your faith also is vain. read more. Moreover we are even found to be false witnesses of God, because we testified.
Jesus is the door, the ladder, the road by which human beings can become rightly related to God. Our eternal destiny will be determined by the decision we make about a Person, the Lord Jesus Christ.
In verse 10 Jesus explained that there is a mystical union between Him and the Father. In essence, Jesus said, “He is in Me and I am in Him.”. The Resurrection and the Ascension Christ Is Risen Saturday, the Jewish Sabbath, had passed, and the night preceding the dawn of the most memorable Sunday in history was well nigh spent, while the Roman guard kept watch over the sealed sepulchre wherein lay the body of the Lord Jesus.
After God raised him from the dead, Jesus Christ made multiple appearances in several locations to his disciples for forty days following his Resurrection. The discovery of the empty tomb coupled with his Resurrection appearances led the early Christians to believe Christ was the Son of God (MatthewJohnRomans ).
4 Jesus. Just as creation is the most certain truth of real science, so the bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ is the most certain fact of genuine history. And as creation by God required His substitutionary death and bodily resurrection to give purpose and meaning to history, so Christ's resurrection required the power of the Creator to make it happen.
The possibility of macro-evolution is. Or maybe you just want a good read during Spring Break. Either way, here are my top picks for apologetics books on the Resurrection of Jesus. Enjoy. The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus Gary Habermas and Michael Licona.
Still my top recommendation for a super-practical training guide to presenting historical evidence for the resurrection. Christ’s Resurrection shows that His existence is independent and everlasting. “For as the Father hath life in himself; so hath he given to the Son to have life in himself.” 17 Jesus said: “Therefore doth my Father love me, because I lay down my life, that I might take it again.
Get this from a library. A discourse concerning the resurrection of Jesus Christ: In three parts. By Humphry Ditton. [Humphry Ditton]. The Resurrection of Jesus Christ (by Bartholomew) is not to be confused with the book called Questions of Bartholomew, although either text may be the missing Gospel of Bartholomew (or neither may be), a lost work from the New Testament apocrypha.
A discourse concerning the resurrection of Jesus Christ: In three parts. Wherein I. The consequences of the doctrine are stated hypothetically. The nature and obligation of moral evidence are explain'd at large. III. The proofs of the fact of Our Saviour's resurrection are propos'd, examined, and fairly demonstrated to be conclusive.
The resurrection story is the account of Jesus Christ rising from the dead after being crucified on the cross and buried in the tomb. It is the cornerstone of Christian.
This Jesus God raised up, and of that we all are witnesses” (). The apostle Paul agrees. Proclaiming the gospel at Antioch in Pisidia, he appeals to Christ’s resurrection by quoting Psalm 2 and Like Peter, Paul observes that David is long dead, but God raised Christ up and he did not see corruption (Acts ).
The "Church Order" Discourse, concerning relationships among Christians (Matt. 18–). The Eschatological Discourse, which includes the Olivet Discourse and Judgement of the Nations, concerning his Second Coming and the end of the age (Matt.
24–25). The sufferings, death and Resurrection of Jesus, the Great Commission (Matt. –20). The physical resurrection of Jesus Christ is the cornerstone of redemption—both for mankind and for the earth. Indeed, without Christ’s resurrection and what it means—an eternal future for fully restored human beings dwelling on a fully restored Earth—there is no Christianity.Summary.
The Gospel of John is the latest-written of the four biographies of Jesus that have been preserved in the New Testament. Written by a Christian named John, the contents of the book indicate quite clearly that the author was not the John who was one of the twelve disciples of Jesus, for it contains no direct personal references of the type that one would expect from an intimate.