Jesus' Resurrection in the Early Christian Texts: An Engagement with N.T. Wright

in Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus
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Abstract

Wright's latest book in his multi-volume treatment of 'the New Testament and God' reveals an impressive amount of research and reflection on practically every topic. The size and detail of Wright's book make it difficult to do justice to it, and it requires anyone who engages it in such a limited presentation to select matters for particular attention. This is an attempt to contribute productively by offering critique of certain matters, particularly those of apologetics, Wright's portrayal of Jesus' resurrection in the New Testament, 'metaphorical' use of resurrection language, religious experience and devotion to Jesus, and variety in early Christian resurrection-beliefs. But the critical focus should not be misconstrued and the overall reaction is one of appreciation and gratitude.

Jesus' Resurrection in the Early Christian Texts: An Engagement with N.T. Wright

in Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus

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