A New Study of the Resurrection of Jesus from the Dead, with Special Reference to the Nature of the Resurrection Body of Jesus, and the Purposes and Meanings of the Resurrection; a Study for Easter, 1913.
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Resurrection vs. hallucination: An argument for the historicity of the resurrection of Jesus in terms of probabilistic analysis Lee, Yong-Won (2009-10-09)The purpose of the dissertation is to defend the historicity of Jesus' resurrection in probabilistic way, competing with Gerd Lüdemann's hallucination hypothesis concerning Jesus' postmortem appearances Chapter 1 points ...
Bae, Sungjin (2008-10-17)The purpose of the dissertation is to examine the scope of the pronoun "these" in the purpose statement of the Fourth Gospel (20:30-31). Chapter 1 sets forth the problem, thesis, method, background of this study. This ...
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