What did resurrection mean in the first century? N. T. Wright explains.





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How can we know if the Resurrection of Jesus really happened? And if it did, what does it mean? N. T. Wright, New Testament scholar, bishop of Durham, and professor at the University of St. Andrews, explains how 1st century Palestinian Messianic movements worked and what the Resurrection meant to them. From The Veritas Forum at Emory in 2008. For the complete recording, visit veritas.org: http://www.veritas.org/talks

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