Meaning: a revival from inactivity and disuse; "it produced a resurrection of hope"
Resurrection, Christ's_Resurrection, Resurrection_of_Christ
Meaning: (New Testament) the rising of Christ on the third day after the Crucifixion
"I am the Resurrection and the Life--"
With any theory of the conditions of our resurrection, I have scarcely here to do.
They believed in the resurrection of the body, and accordingly embalmed their dead.
Not to believe in mutual recognition beyond, seems to me a far more reprehensible unbelief than that in the resurrection itself.
James had not believed that Jesus Christ was the Saviour of the world until after His Resurrection, when the Lord appeared to him.
But then they who place human identity in consciousness only, and not in something else, must consider how they will make the infant Socrates the same man with Socrates after the resurrection.
Just as the resurrection of Jesus could be accepted without misgiving by the non-scientific early Christians, to whom miracles appeared among the most frequent occurrences of life, so could the ascension.
3 we learn that he was one of the Lord's brethren, and, like his brother, James, did not believe that Jesus Christ was the Messiah until after the Resurrection. This Jude must not be confused with the Apostle Jude.