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- Author: Thomas, W.H. Griffith
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Thomas, W. H. Griffith - The Resurrction of Jesus Christ
Thomas, W.H. Griffith
9.x - 10.x
The Resurrection of Jesus Christ
Article by W. H. Griffith Thomas*
1. First Proof: The Life of Jesus:
2. Second Proof: The Empty Grave:
3. Third Proof: Transformation of the Disciples:
4. Fourth Proof: Existence of the Primitive Church:
5. Fifth Proof: The Witness of Paul:
6. Sixth Proof: The Gospel Record:
7. Summary and Conclusion:
8. Theology of the Resurrection:
The Resurrection has always been felt to be vital in connection with Christianity. As a consequence, opponents have almost always concentrated their attacks, and Christians have centered their defense, upon it. It is therefore of the utmost importance to give attention to the subject, as it appears in the New Testament. There are several converging lines of evidence, and none can be overlooked. Each must have its place and weight. The issues at stake are so serious that nothing must be omitted.
W. H. Griffith Thomas (1861-1924) was born and raised in England. He received his B.A. from King’s College, London and his D.D. from Oxford (in England Doctor of Divinity is an earned, not an honorary degree). He numbered T. E. Lawrence ("Lawrence of Arabia") and his brothers among his Greek students at Oxford, where he taught till coming to the New World. In Canada he taught at Wycliffe Hall, Toronto. Moving to Philadelphia as his headquarters, he maintained a wide writing and preaching ministry in North America, Britain, and elsewhere. He was a prime mover in the founding of Dallas Theological Seminary in 1924, the year he died.
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