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The Resurrection of Our Lord


Croall Lectures, 1879-80, revised and expanded


The historicity, testimony, and importance of the Resurrection, by the Professor of Theology at Aberdeen.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-261-6
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Aug 12,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 342
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-61719-261-6
$151.30
$90.78

The Professor of Divinity of the University of Aberdeen provides the evidence for the Resurrection, from the Gospels, the first Epistle of Peter, Revelation, and Hebrews; defends its historicity against the alternate hypotheses of error (that Jesus did not actually die), fraud, and vision; explains the nature of the resurrected body, as not wholly spiritual; and extolls the importance of the Resurrection, as often slighted by modern theology. This revised edition clarifies the overemphasis on this point, which had led some candid reviewers to suppose that Milligan slighted the Incarnation and the Ascension

The Professor of Divinity of the University of Aberdeen provides the evidence for the Resurrection, from the Gospels, the first Epistle of Peter, Revelation, and Hebrews; defends its historicity against the alternate hypotheses of error (that Jesus did not actually die), fraud, and vision; explains the nature of the resurrected body, as not wholly spiritual; and extolls the importance of the Resurrection, as often slighted by modern theology. This revised edition clarifies the overemphasis on this point, which had led some candid reviewers to suppose that Milligan slighted the Incarnation and the Ascension

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William Milligan

  • TO MY WIFE (page 5)
  • PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION (page 7)
  • PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION (page 9)
  • PREFACE TO THE THIRD EDITION (page 15)
  • CONTENTS (page 17)
  • LECTURE I (page 25)
  • LECTURE II (page 63)
  • LECTURE III (page 100)
  • LECTURE IV (page 144)
  • LECTURE V (page 184)
  • LECTURE VI (page 220)
  • NOTES (page 261)
  • NOTES (page 263)
  • TEXTS MORE OR LESS DISCUSSED IN THE LECTURES AND NOTES (page 341)