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WHI-1202 | The Cross & Resurrection

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On this program, we'll walk through the significance of Christ's death and resurrection. In particular, we'll be focusing on the importance of seeing the resurrection as a fact of history, which then becomes the basis for our faith and subjective experiences. As Paul writes in his first letter to the Corinthians, "If Christ is not risen, your faith is in vain" (original air date: April 4, 2010).On this program, we'll walk through the significance of Christ's death and resurrection. In particular, we'll be focusing on the importance of seeing the resurrection as a fact of history, which then becomes the basis for our faith and subjective experiences. As Paul writes in his first letter to the Corinthians, "If Christ is not risen, your faith is in vain" (original air date: April 4, 2010).


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  • Guest - Geoffrey Parker

    Dr. Horton

    On death and dying, on many occasions the panel has been critical of using the euphemisms of "passing away" and the like for death. Yet scripture does the same in verses such as 1 Thessalonians 4:13-14 using "sleep" as the euphemism of that time.

    Your teaching that we must confront the reality of our mortality and that of others is surely appropriate. But the issue goes beyond euphemisms in my view.

    I love the WHI be assured, but find the panel's hangup on this is at least a distraction, if not error, considering the Biblical examples.

    Thanks, Geoffrey Parker

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  • Guest - Susan Vader

    God bless you all for remaining true to the historicity of the Resurrection event. ixnay on the spiritual take of the resurrection!
    "Why worry if the risen Christ can eat a piece of fish if He has conquered death!"~ Dr. Lawrence Feingold

    http://www.hebrewcatholic.net/04-09-st-paul-on-christs-resurrection-1-cor-15/

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  • Guest - Rayn

    Geoffrey Parker,

    Paul is of course talking about believers in 1 Thess. You probably know that is because for believers death has been transfigured by Christ's death and resurrection so that our death is only something we endure until we shed our corruptible bodies, not that we would be unclothed, but that we would be clothed with incorruption.

    I agree with them when talking about those who don't make a profession of faith in the Gospel, however, and even in the case of believers, "fallen asleep" is not the same as "pass away."

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