1. Blighty
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    23 Feb '09 00:31
    .... in which book of the New Testiment does Jesus rise from the dead? Or is the story told in lots of books, but from different points of view?

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    23 Feb '09 00:34
    Originally posted by surtism
    .... in which book of the New Testiment does Jesus rise from the dead? Or is the story told in lots of books, but from different points of view?

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    All 4 of the Gospels. Matthew, Mark, Luke, & John
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    23 Feb '09 00:461 edit
    Originally posted by surtism
    .... in which book of the New Testiment does Jesus rise from the dead? Or is the story told in lots of books, but from different points of view?

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    In all 27 books of the New Testament Jesus is alive, available and present as the writer writes.

    Not all of them mention the resurrection per se. Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts, Romans, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corithians, 1 Peter, 2 Peter, Hebrews, Revelation, Galatians, Ephesians, Colossians, etc.

    It might be easier to find out which ones do not mention His resurrection.
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    23 Feb '09 00:54
    Originally posted by jaywill
    In all 27 books of the New Testament Jesus is alive, available and present as the writer writes.

    Not all of them mention the resurrection per se. [b]Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts, Romans, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corithians, 1 Peter, 2 Peter, Hebrews, Revelation, Galatians, Ephesians, Colossians, etc.


    It might be easier to find out which ones do not mention His resurrection.[/b]
    good point.
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    23 Feb '09 01:08
    Originally posted by chappy1
    good point.
    So was yours.
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    23 Feb '09 01:11
    Originally posted by jaywill
    So was yours.
    Thank you. Isn't it true that the actual story of the resurrection appears only in the Gospels? The other books talk about it and refer to it frequently but the Gospels are the only ones that recreate the entrie story from beginning to end.
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    23 Feb '09 01:20
    Originally posted by surtism
    .... in which book of the New Testiment does Jesus rise from the dead? Or is the story told in lots of books, but from different points of view?

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    I think a good pop-up book is what you are looking for. Seems like the best way to capture the resurrection in all its glory. Imagine opening the page and there's Jesus rising up from the pulpy substrate.
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    23 Feb '09 01:21
    Originally posted by chappy1
    Thank you. Isn't it true that the actual story of the resurrection appears only in the Gospels? The other books talk about it and refer to it frequently but the Gospels are the only ones that recreate the entrie story from beginning to end.
    Yes.

    The epistles really do more to connect the resurrection with our daily everyday experience.
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    23 Feb '09 01:25
    Originally posted by LemonJello
    I think a good pop-up book is what you are looking for. Seems like the best way to capture the resurrection in all its glory. Imagine opening the page and there's Jesus rising up from the pulpy substrate.
    Mock all you want. Facts are facts.
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    23 Feb '09 05:49
    Reading the Book of John first before Matthew, Mark, and Luke makes it easy to take in the other three books; at least it did for me.
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    23 Feb '09 05:51
    Originally posted by chappy1
    Facts are facts.
    Wouldn't your definition of "fact" allow anybody to declare anything a fact?
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    23 Feb '09 06:03
    Originally posted by FMF
    Wouldn't your definition of "fact" allow anybody to declare anything a fact?
    Would you definition of homosexuality allow you to aswer my question: Are you gay?...I'm seriously curious...
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    23 Feb '09 06:07
    Originally posted by dystoniac
    Would you definition of homosexuality allow you to aswer my question: Are you gay?...I'm seriously curious...
    Is this God speaking to me here, through His self-appointed messenger? Is this the kind of line of questioning God uses to try to hurt a person's feelings?

    Talk about hardball! Wow.
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    23 Feb '09 06:09
    Originally posted by FMF
    Is this God speaking to me here, through His self-appointed messenger? Is this the kind of line of questioning God uses to try to hurt a person's feelings?

    Talk about hardball! Wow.
    Well, yeah, sometimes God does ask one if he or she is gay, but God already knows what the answer is, but He want the one in question to fess-up and answer the question: Are you gay?!!!
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    23 Feb '09 06:12
    Originally posted by dystoniac
    Well, yeah, sometimes God does ask one if he or she is gay, but God already knows what the answer is, but He want the one in question to fess-up and answer the question: Are you gay?!!!
    Is this a part of your Christian Ministry on these forums?
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