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Notes from Life Transforming College International Course No. 202: The Life of Christ

Notes from Life Transforming College International Course No. 202: The Life of Christ

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    202, Life of Christ, Section 10bc Passion Crucifixion Resurrection 202, Life of Christ, Section 10bc Passion Crucifixion Resurrection Presentation Transcript

    • PASSION, CRUCIFIXION AND RESURRECTION Section 10c Saturday, 19 October 13
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    • The resurrection is the climax of the gospel stories. - in Acts it is the focal point of the (apostles) preaching - it vindicates claims that Jesus is Messiah (Christ) and Lord - it gives meaning and purpose to his life and death as an atoning sacrifice for sin However it is not the purpose of this course to give an apologetic for the resurrection - see your apologetics course for that. Saturday, 19 October 13
    • EVERYTHING HAS CHANGED MK 16, MATT 28, LK 24, JN 20-21 The Gospels present a widely differing approach to For an apologetic study of their reporting of the the resurrection, go here: resurrection http://www.scribd.com/doc/ - they do agree on the 80202359/Apologeticsbasics which provides the Kreeft-Chapter-9-The- in basis for historical belief Resurrection-of-Jesusthe event Christ It appears to happen like this: Saturday, 19 October 13
    • EVERYTHING HAS CHANGED MK 16, MATT 28, LK 24, JN 20-21 The Gospels present a widely differing approach to their reporting of the resurrection - they do agree on the basics which provides the basis for historical belief in the event It appears to happen like this: Saturday, 19 October 13
    • 1. A group of women come to the tomb around dawn possibly with Mary Magdalene leading the way Mk 16:1-3 2. Mary and the women are met by two young men, who in reality are angels, one of whom announces the resurrection Saturday, 19 October 13
    • 3. The women leave the garden, unsure what to do, but then decide to report what they have seen to the 11 apostles - possibly Mary runs ahead and tells Peter and John 4. Jesus meets the remaining women en route and tells them to go and tell the apostles - he will meet them in Galilee Saturday, 19 October 13
    • 5. Peter and John have returned to the tomb (after speaking with Mary) and find it empty Jn 20:3-10 6. Mary returns to the tomb after Peter/Jn have left - she sees angels and Jesus (but at first thinks he is a gardener) Jn 20:11-18 Saturday, 19 October 13
    • 7. Later that afternoon Jesus appears to Cleopas and another disciple on the Emmaus Road, and also to Peter Lk 24:13-35 8. On that same Sunday evening Jesus appears to the 10 in the room in Jerusalem Lk 24:36-43 Saturday, 19 October 13
    • 9. One week later he appears to the 11 (Thomas is there this time) in Jerusalem Jn 20:24ff 10. Further appearances over a 40 day period including 500 at one time 1 Cor 15:6 11. A commissioning in Galilee Matt 28:18-20 12. Instructions to the disciples and ascends to heaven Acts 1:4ff Saturday, 19 October 13
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