Death Surveys viewpoints on death in the ancient Near East and the most relevant biblical accounts.
Easter (פֶּסַח, pesach; פַּסְחָא, pascha'; πάσχα, pascha). The word “Easter” does not appear in the Bible and an Easter celebration is not mentioned, though in Acts 12:4 KJV it is used in place of “Passover.” Some also suggest there are remnants of the concept of Easter in 1 Cor 5:7. Easter is a later
Resurrection From the Latin resurrectio, meaning “rising again.” A return to life after having died. Mainly refers to the resurrection of Christ—the central event of the Christian faith. Also refers to the Christian doctrine of corporate resurrection, which is connected to the judgment of both the living
Resurrection, Critical Issues
Resurrection, Critical Issues Further examines the development of the Jewish viewpoint of the resurrection of the dead, and thus the development of the Christian doctrine of the resurrection and judgment of the living and the dead, and various interpretive viewpoints on the resurrection of Jesus.