The Bible teaches the bodily resurrection of Jesus and that of all the dead, contrary to claims made by theological liberals, hyperpreterists and Jehovah’s Witnesses that 1 Corinthians 15 speaks of a spiritual, non-physical resurrection.
- Alien Ant Farm, Flesh and Bone, from the Anthology album, 2001
- Matt Maher, Christ is Risen, from the Alive Again album, 2009
- What Color is the Sky in Their World? Podcast, with Phil Naessens.
- Also check out the blog of the same name.
- TheologyWeb, where “We debate theology… seriously!”
- Follow a debate on physicalism and 1 Corinthians 15 here.
- Michael’s Grassroots Apologeticsblog
- Unbelievable?, with Justin Brierley.
- Episode 1 of the Theopologetics Podcast, discussing the resurrection, citing support from the Church Fathers.
Church Fathers on the Resurrection
- Polycarp: Epistle to the Philippians
- Church of Smyrna: Martyrdom of Polycarp
- Tertullian: On the Resurrection of the Flesh
- Athenagoras: On the Resurrection of the Dead
- Augustine: Exposition on Psalm 63, Exposition on Psalm 30, quoted in General Resurrection (Catholic Encyclopedia)
- John Gill:
- John Calvin
- John Wesley
- Robert Jamieson
- Matthew Henry
- Norman Geislerand Thomas Howe
- On 1 Corinthians 15:45 in When Critics Ask: A Popular Handbook on Bible Difficulties, 1992, pp. 467-468