This article is on the topic of the resurrection of the body. Scripture speaks about resurrection frequently throughout the Bible. This article focuses on the resurrection of Jesus in the New Testament, and ends with a discussion on the resurrection of the Christian – what is it, and why is it important to the Christian life.
What should parents teach their children about death? This article offers five truths to explain to children when death happens close to them: death and judgment are coming to us all, death is not how it is supposed to be, death for the believer is to be with Christ, death will one day be destroyed, and death is something we all must think about. The article also explains what to say about the death of unbelievers.
How do we know there will be the resurrection of the dead? Jesus Christ's resurrection is the assurance of the resurrection for all. This article looks at how people will be raised, and the place of believers and unbelievers in the resurrection.
The author suggests that a believer should have a positive view of death, as something that brings gain in various ways. These ways are each addressed in the article and they include death as rest, reaping, remedy, freedom, and sleep.
This article shows how the resurrected body of Christ directs our thinking on how we should view the continuity and discontinuity of our body, as well as our social duties in the old and new creation. Marriage is used as a example of this continuity and discontinuity. This is the fourth in a series of articles on the topic of eschatology.
The doctrine of the resurrection of the body is one of the most neglected of the central doctrines of the Christian faith. The author notes the absence of this doctrine in church hymns and most books published on theology. In discussing the misconceptions on the resurrection of the body, the author mentions how Greek philosophy might have influenced the early church such as at Corinth. He also clarifies the biblical significance of death for the Christian and non-Christian.
This article considers what our bodies will be like when glorified, and it draws from 1 Corinthians 15:42-44 to do so.