Jesus Resurrection: Then and Now
better known by colleagues and friends as "Tom" - is
Bishop of Durham and the former Canon Theologian of Westminster Abbey
in London. Dr. Wright is a New Testament scholar of enormous
reputation - he is considered by many to be the leading Jesus-scholar
in the UK and is widely recognized authority on the life and
letters of Paul - the author of more than 20 books, and a much
sought-after speaker and lecturer. Wright taught New Testament
studies for 20 years at Oxford, Cambridge and McGill Universities
and was dean of Lichfield Cathedral in Staffordshire, England,
from 1994 to 1999. Dr. Wright has recently published a multi-volume
work on Christian Origins and the Question
of God and is writing a commentary on the book of Romans
for The New Interpreters Bible. |
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|Lesson 1: The Historical Jesus|
was Jesus? What was his message? Why was he put to death? What
are scholars today saying about Jesus?
|Lesson 4: The
Gospel Writers Understanding of Jesus Resurrection|
the Gospels witness to Jesus resurrection credible?
Are they in conflict with each other?
2: Jesus: The Resurrected Messiah|
messianic movements ended with the death of their founder. Why
did the Jesus movement survive not only survive, but flourish?
What did Jesus followers mean when they said that Jesus
was raised from the dead?
| Lesson 5: Pauls Understanding of
Paul, Jesus resurrection was the first fruits of the new
creation and all who are in Christ will be
raised like him, though their resurrection bodies will be different
than their earthly bodies. What does Paul say about our tobe
3: The Jewish Understanding of Resurrection|
did first-century Jews believe about resurrection? What caused
Jesus (Jewish) followers to come to a different understanding
|Lesson 6: Jesus
It is hard to account for the rise in Christianity if
Jesus was not raised from the dead. What about today? How are
we to understand Jesus resurrection?