1. If Jesus did not rise, then religion is just religion — a mere anthropological phenomenon.
  2. The resurrection of Jesus encompasses the total and comprehensive glorification of a human being, not merely his restoration.
  3. Theologian and Biblical Scholar, John Kleinig, joins Kelsi to discuss the vision the Bible gives us for God's redemptive plan as a wholly physical, spiritual, mental, and emotional endeavor.
  4. If it’s all a fiction spun by disappointed disciples, if it’s a mere symbol for the idea of an inner awakening, if it’s not a fact that Christ has been raised, then our grief and loss have no end, and we have no hope.
  5. Well that was a click-baitey title, wasn't it? But here's what we mean: Lutheran theologian and apologist Adam Francisco joins Craig and Troy as we discuss the importance of the physical resurrection of Jesus Christ.
  6. Are We Just Rats in a Maze? In this episode, we discuss grief, mourning, death, and hope while reading C.S. Lewis’s book, A Grief Observed.
  7. Writer Jane Grizzle talks on what the body’s limitations can teach us about God’s work for us.
  8. I’ve Got That Joy, Joy, Joy, Down in My Heart. In this episode, we discuss death, rebirth, and eternal life as examined and explained in The Joy of Eternal Life by Philip Nikolai.
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