A proper theology of the body embraces the sacredness and sanctity of all our embodied existence and sees the eternal significance in each day.
The body celebrates that our physical bodies serve a redemptive purpose. They are the means through which God conveys his grace.
The incarnation is theologically linked to the bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ, which is connected to our own bodily resurrection.
Future bodily resurrection transforms grief from despair to hope.
More than simply the final guarantee of life after death, Easter was the decisive start of the general resurrection and has set in motion the final redemption and transformation of all creation.
The gospel calls all of God’s people to engage in acts of witness to the surrounding world.
Mary had returned to the tomb with the male disciples, but she did not leave like them. She lingered at the tomb, weeping and mourning.
The life, death, and resurrection of Jesus reenact and fulfill the Old Testament story.
In this Seven Minute Seminary video, James Swanson casts a vision for ministry in the pattern of the resurrected Jesus, who appeared to his disciples on the road to Emmaus.
Jesus Christ lived, died, and rose from the grave for more than just our forgiveness. In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Matt O'Reilly explains the critical connection between Christ's resurrection and our holiness.
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