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Topic: Resurrection of Christ

  1. The bodily resurrection of Jesus is central to the sermons throughout Acts. Why is this so? Why is the physical resurrection of Jesus such a vital teaching? What is its significance? Use the Bible, Ger, and one additional scholarly source to research this and to present your position.
  2. The exaltation of Jesus to the right hand of the Father is a key element in Peter’s speeches in Acts 2 and 5. What is the significance of Jesus’ position at the Father’s right hand in relation to prophecy, authority, and His ongoing ministry?

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– Must use: The book of Acts, Witnesses to the World by Steven Ger (2004)

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The bodily resurrection of Jesus is central to the sermons throughout Acts. Why is this so? Why is the physical resurrection of Jesus such a vital teaching? What is its significance? The bodily resurrection of Jesus is a central doctrine of the Christian faith, and one mentioned frequently in the book of Acts. For the Jewish audience in the first chapters of Acts, the resurrection of Jesus is an essential tie to his messianic identity. “Only one has ever conquered the grave, so David must have foreseen the resurrection of the Messiah. Jesus’ resurrection links him to David’s prophecy. It follows that Jesus is the Messiah.” Peter knew the importance of communicatin...
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Original paper writing The bodily resurrection of Christ is what separates Christianity from all other major religions. “So all-consuming are the scope of the cross and resurrection that without them there is no Christianity, and without belief in them there is no salvation.”[1] Therefore, since belief in the physical resurrection is key to salvation it was necessary for Jesus to prove to his apostles that he was in fact the Christ. His appearing to the apostles over a period of forty days not only reinforced their belief in him, it was “absolute...
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