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Jesus Christ resurrection

  • by Peter Eddington
Without the resurrection of Jesus Christ, our faith is futile. Do we have historical evidence that it actually happened?
  • by Scott Ashley
Jesus Christ said He would be entombed for three days and three nights. Can this be reconciled with a “Good Friday” crucifixion and burial and an “Easter Sunday” resurrection, which allows for barely a day and a half in the tomb? Or do the Gospels spell out a surprising, simpler solution that fits perfectly with what Jesus foretold? 
  • by Vince Szymkowiak
The life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ are key facts of history for a Christian. As the apostles testified, Christ’s resurrection was the culmination of the events of His first coming—and enables the remaining steps in God’s plan to save mankind.
  • by Steve Myers
Jesus foretold the length of time He would be in the grave as a sign that He was the Messiah. But that time simply doesn't fit between a supposed Good Friday crucifixion and burial and an Easter Sunday resurrection. What does the Bible actually tell us?
  • by United Church of God
Jesus’ resurrection is one of the greatest proofs that Jesus is exactly who He said He was – the Son of God and the only One through whom eternal life is offered.
  • by Bruce Gore
John’s Gospel details two quite different resurrections. Both were miracles. But what the disciples saw in the second transformed their lives, giving them power and conviction to face trials, persecution and even martyrdom for an astounding truth.
  • by Wilbur Berg
What do rabbits and eggs have to do with the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ? Where did the name Easter originate? This holiday isn't even mentioned in the Bible—so where did it really come from? Find out the surprising story behind this religious holiday.