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The Resurrection

Stephen T. Davis, Daniel Kendall, Gerald O'Collins, eds. (Oxford: Jan 14, 1999), 400 pages.

This exciting collection of papers is an international, ecumenical, and interdisciplinary study of Jesus’ resurrection that emerged from the “Resurrection Summit” meeting held in New York at Easter of 1996. The contributions represent mainstream scholarship on biblical studies, fundamental theology, systematic theology, philosophy, moral theology, and homiletics. Contributors represent a wide range of viewpoints and denominations and include Richard Swinburne, Janet Martin Soskice, Peter F. Carnley, Sarah Coakley, Willian Lane Craig, William P. Alston, M. Shawn Copeland, Paul Rhodes Eddy, Francis Schussler Fiorenza, Brian V. Johnstone, Carey C. Newman, Alan G. Padgett, Pheme Perkins, Alan F. Segal, Marguerite Shuster, and John Wilkins. Combined, they offer a timely, wide ranging, and well balanced work on the central truth of Christianity. ~ Product Description

Table of Contents

    • Abbreviations
    • Participants in the Resurrection Summit (Easter 1996, New York)
    • 1 A Summit Observed
    • 2 The Resurrection: The State of the Questions
    • 3 Resurrection and the New Jerusalem
    • 4 Resurrection as Glory: Divine Presence and Christian Origins
    • 5 Life after Death: The Social Sources
    • 6 ‘Seeing’ the Risen Jesus
    • 7 Biblical Criticism and the Resurrection
    • 8 Evidence for the Resurrection
    • 9 The Resurrection of Jesus and Roman Catholic Fundamental Theology
    • 10 John Dominic Crossan on the Resurrection of Jesus
    • 11 Advice for Religious Historians: On the Myth of a Purely Historical Jesus
    • 12 The Preaching of the Resurrection of Christ in Augustine, Luther, Barth, and Thielicke
    • 13 Transformation Ethics: The Moral Implications of the Reconstruction
      Index of Names