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The resurrection is doubtless one of the most important doctrines of the Christian faith. Without it we are left with a Jesus who was merely a great teacher, ahead of his time, yet far from divine. With it, however, we have undeniable proof of His divinity and a rock-solid hope for the future.

The Resurrection: A Symposium is a classic collection of essays by the theological heavyweights of the 19th century. Topics include the meaning of the resurrection for the saved and unsaved, defenses against common objections to the resurrection and the importance of the resurrection as the foundation of everything a Christian believes.

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