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Explaining the Resurrection: Conflicting Convictions

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Although explanations for the earliest Christian proclamation of Jesus' resurrection vary, certain standard arguments appear again and again. The present article introduces those explanations and those arguments as well as the essays in this theme issue of JSHJ, with a view to clarifying what they add to the traditional discussion.

Affiliations: 1: Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

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