The Resurrection of Jesus Christ: Some Contemporary Issues

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1
For examples see my Jesus Risen ( New York/ Mahwah: Paulist Press, 1987), pp. 103- 7; and id., What are they saying about Jesus? ( New York: Paulist Press, 2nd ed., 1983), pp. 44-51; and Paul Van Buren, The Secular Meaning of the Gospel ( New York: Macmillan, 1963), pp. 132-34. On Van Buren's reductionism see T. Michael McNulty, "The 'Secular' Meaning of Easter: Van Buren Revisited", Heythrop Journal 14 ( 1973), pp. 58-64.
2
R. F. Scuka, "Resurrection: Critical Reflections on a Doctrine in Search of a Meaning", Modern Theology 6 ( 1989), pp. 77-95. References to this article will be made within the text.
3
For examples of the continuity hypothesis see the chapters by I. Broer, P. Fiedler and H. Verweyen in Ingo Broer and j`rgen Werbick (ed.), Der Herr ist wahrhaft auferstanden (Lk- 24, 34). Biblische und systematische Beitr`gezur Entstehung des Osterglaubens, Stuttgarter Bibel- Studien, 134 ( Stuttgart: Verlag Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1988); see also my review in Gregorianum 70 ( 1989), pp. 567-68.

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  • Title Page i
  • Forward iii
  • The Resurrection of Jesus - Some Contemporary Issues 1
  • Notes 37
  • Appendix - The Resurrection of Jesus as Divine Act 39
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