Resurrection and Judgment 2: The Gospels
Reflections on New Testament Eschatology, Part Four
Among the authors of the New Testament, it is not only Paul who seems to conceive of resurrection—whether that of Christ on the third day of the triduum or that of the children of the Kingdom on the eighth day of creation—not as some form of corporeal reanimation, but rather as the complete transformation of the mortal body of flesh and blood into a bod…
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