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Category Archives: Resurrection

Our Fulfilled Spiritual Resurrection

Challenging Concepts of the Resurrection William Bell, Jr. It is clear that for some, resurrection can only mean the rising of a [physical] human body from the grave. Such is observed in the comment by Wayne Jackson. “What ever there is about man that “lies down” when he dies, is that which will “stand up”Continue Reading

Resurrecting the Shalom in the World

Resurrecting the Shalom in the World It seems that one of God’s Big Ideas for the world is, and has been, to ultimately bring shalom, or a kind of peace, justice and universal flourishing to the world. Though this may seem like a far off hope for those living in places of real suffering today,Continue Reading

Rethinking the Resurrection (part 6): Is The Resurrection Past?

Rethinking the Resurrection (part 6): Is The Resurrection Past?

Here is another good read by David Embury about the corporate body resurrection, below. He writes about a concept that, looking back, I can’t believe I didn’t notice in Scripture before, but it is right before our eyes.  Did you know that the New Testament records several instances where the first century believers thought thatContinue Reading

Rethinking the Resurrection (part 5): We Shall Be Like Him

Rethinking the Resurrection (part 5): We Shall Be Like Him

Here is a post about the concept “we shall be like Him” (1Jn 3:2), in regard to Jesus’ – and first century spiritual Israel’s/our – resurrection, which has been often and mistakenly used to support the idea of a future physical-body general resurrection. It is a repost by David Embury over at Pantelism.com. This post is a continuation – afterContinue Reading

Rethinking the Resurrection (part 4): Why did Jesus have to die?

We’ve been talking about the meaning of Resurrection, both what Jesus’ was and what ours is. We’re taking another look at Resurrection in light of the eschatology of Jesus as a historical first century Jewish Apocalyptic.  Namely, not as someone who taught that the end of history or the space-time world was upon them, butContinue Reading

Rethinking the Resurrection: Why the Creeds Are Wrong

It is the week before Easter. Nearly Resurrection Day. I have some thoughts about Resurrection, a valuable perspective which may be new to you. I think its important for people to have this on their radar, however. So I’d like to attempt to flesh it out. It’s taken me a long time and a lotContinue Reading

The Good News Reached ‘All the World’

      Has the Gospel been preached to all the world? Is ‘the end’ about to come? When you’re speaking with someone who is new to the topic of Fulfilled eschatology, (the understanding that all Bible prophecy, including Jesus’ coming, was fulfilled by 70AD) there is one objection that often comes up.It goes somethingContinue Reading

Resurrection: Taking Another Look

    I thought this was an interesting and thought-provoking article, especially the last third of it. It is a critique of the traditional view of our resurrection from a Preterist or Fulfilled view.     Physical Resurrection? An open letter from Dan Harden to Hank Hanegraff on the resurrection of believers To Hank Hanegraff:Continue Reading

Is God Coming? An Advent Poem

Is God coming? God is here! Can’t you see him all around you? From the first light of creation, To the moment that he found you. We’re not abandoned or left comfortless. But Scripture reveals a pattern that we’ve missed. His comings aren’t limited two, the bridegroom hasn’t been “delayed”. Comings run through Scripture likeContinue Reading

Dr. I.S. Alcordo’s Near-Death Experience and Preterist Revelation

My Near Death Experience – By I. S. Alcordo, PhD John 5:25-26: Jesus said, “I tell you the truth, a time is coming and HAS NOW COME when the dead [ones] will hear the voice of the Son of God and those who hear will live.” John 11:25-26: Jesus said, “I AM THE RESURRECTION andContinue Reading