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Revisiting the empty tomb

Daniel Alan Smith

Revisiting the empty tomb

the early history of Easter

by Daniel Alan Smith

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Published by Fortress Press in Minneapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jesus Christ -- Resurrection -- Biblical teaching,
  • Bible. -- N.T. -- History of Biblical events,
  • Holy Sepulcher -- Biblical teaching

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and indexes.

    StatementDaniel A. Smith.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT482 .S65 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23862522M
    ISBN 109780800697013
    LC Control Number2009044518
    OCLC/WorldCa422764095

      Daniel A. Smith, “Revisiting the Empty Tomb: The Post-mortem Vindication of Jesus in Mark and Q,” Novum Testamen 2 (): , retrieved November 6, [6] N. T. Wright, The Resurrection of the Son of God, Volume 3, Christian Origins and the Question of God (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, ),   Smith, Daniel A. “Revisiting the Empty Tomb: The Post-mortem Vindication of Jesus in Mark and Q.” Novum Testamen 2 (): Accessed November 6, ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials, EBSCOhost.

    In contrast, the earliest form of the empty tomb story, in Mark , is really not much of a resurrection story, since (as mentioned above) the risen one does not make an appearance – even though the young man at the tomb announces that Jesus has been raised from the dead (Mark ).   Smith, Daniel A. “Revisiting the Empty Tomb: The Post-mortem Vindication of Jesus in Mark and Q.” Novum Testamen 2 (): Accessed November 6, Accessed November 6, ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials, EBSCO host.

    Mark's "Empty Tomb" story (Mark ) may be seen as a post-mortem disappearance narrative; this raises the possibility that Q and Mark (or a pre-Markan source) may have expressed a belief in Jesus' vindication by God in quite similar terms. Which is the best, most complete book on the empty tomb? Close • Posted by 3 minutes ago. Which is the best, most complete book on the empty tomb? I have read D.A. Smith's Revisiting the Empty Tomb, and I must say that I was impressed by some very interesting perspectives it provided, though I believe some parts were propably short.


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Dan and his family live in London and are members of the Anglican Church of Canada. & Reviews $ "The Gospels disagree on what happened at the empty tomb: on who was there, and on what they saw or heard. The fact that our earliest written witness to the risen Christ, Paul, says nothing of the empty tomb has long provoked the question, what were the earliest believers saying about Easter, and what did they think it meant.

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Revisiting the Empty Tomb: The Early History of Easter Smith, Daniel A. Minneapolis: Fortress, pp. xi + $ Description: Daniel A. Smith seeks to get behind the theological and apologetic concern to "prove" the resurrection and asks, where did the accounts of the early tomb come from, and what purpose did they originally serve.

He shows that Paul is a valuable witness to the. An analysis of both Pauline and gospel material gives eight lines of evidence in support of the claim that Jesus's tomb was found empty: (1) Paul's account suggests the historical authenticity of the empty tomb, (2) the existence of the empty tomb text in the pre-Markan passion narrative supports its historical authenticity, (3) the usage of 'on the first day of the week' rather than 'on the.

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The empty tomb means that a sinner can lay down his old life and his old ways and be transformed by the very power of God. This transformation or “new life” reveals itself in the actions of a person who no longer lives for this world but desires the things of God.

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The women didn't expect the tomb to be empty. The apostles thought it was nonsense. And Peter, when he saw the empty tomb, went home scratching his head. None of them expected the tomb to be empty.

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